Malaga is a city in Spain with five hundred and seventy-eight thousand, four hundred and sixty people. It is the number six most populous city in Spain and is a tourist destination for many summer vacationers hoping to have a wonderful time. The Spaniard flag carries purple and green, with the coat of arms located at the middle of the map. It is one of the most ancient cities in England that has been constantly inhabited since time immemorial, making it a city filled with ancient history and traditions. Malaga majorly generates revenue from tourism, construction, and technological services, although they are beginning to make headway in the transportation and logistics sector. Malaga has witnessed the rise and fall of kingdoms and dynasties, leaving it with historical sites and monuments to show for it. These sites have, over the years, attracted tourists that are interested in exploring history and some that just actually want to have a good time.
If you happen to be in Malaga, you will need to visit some of these places as your vacation is incomplete without them. The first place you might want to check out is the Cathedral erected in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. The outer part of the building was never completed, and although it was meant to have two towers, only one of the towers was raised to a great height, which earned it the nickname that means the one-armed woman. Another monument is the Alcazaba de Malaga, the peak of the power of the historic kingdom of Granada. It was the headquarters of the Muslim leaders of the town for multiple hundreds of years. For art lovers, a must-visit monument is the Museum Picasso Malaga which shows the heritage and work of the famous artist Picasso. The building was formerly the birth home of the artist, was converted into a museum to display his arts and techniques for the world to see. Most upcoming artists will love to visit the museum as it helps them develop a perspective about their art.
Another exciting place of history is the Castillo de Gibralfaro which is situated on the mountain of Gibralfaro. Although most of the site has been destroyed, it is still one of the city's highly historical and most visited sites.
Some other sights to be seen include; the Museo de Málaga, another must-visit for art lovers, the Centre Pompidou Malaga, Mercado de Atarazanas, the market hall, and many others. Malaga is a city that richly appreciates art, and they have several art museums to show for it.
The memories of these historical sites can be kept by purchasing the Malaga Spain Fridge Magnets Souvenir, a miniature representation of these monumental sites in glass, wood, resins, and even rubber, depending on your preferences. These fridge magnets are also known as refrigerator magnets, add beauty and color to your kitchen decor, and they can also come in the form of bottle openers. You can never go wrong with these types of souvenirs.