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El Cenachero Statue, Malaga

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  • El Cenachero Statue - The person carrying the baskets of fish as you might imagine is to be found near the harbour / port indeed it’s not too far from the TI office on the sea front at Malaga. Worth a...  more »
  • The monument is located on Plaza de la Marina and certainly is an attraction worth seeing. Now the statue is regarded as one of the symbols of this beautiful Andalusian city located on the Mediterranean coast. The sculpture is the work of Jaime Fernandez Pimentela. This Malaga artist has performed it in 1964 to commemorate this not existing. When you create a monument to the Fernandez Pimentel was highly influenced by the character of a true fisherman named Manolo El Petaca.
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  • Walking in a city do you anyway, and so do your this statue, which stands at the end of calle Larios (Meir from Malaga), at the entrance to the port, and then you go on to Muello Uno, along the very beautifully laid-out Quay where you will find bars and restootjes, where sometimes special ships building (most recently the flagship of Greenpeace) , and at the end of the quay you will find "el cubo", the cube of the Beaubourg museum. Further on there is always something to do and/or eat.
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  • Very good price-quality relationship. It is in a nice area of Malaga with very good connections to the Centre.
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  • Well
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  • Very representative of Malaga and a great location
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  • There is no food
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  • For the concert by Alejandro Fernández in Malaga, polite hosted here... thought the hotel that we had seen on other sites about photos... nothing to do, from echo appears which is this but I assure you... do not... check it for yourselves the best is to have and hang your photos... (I say))) It is a pension osease a floor in the port of Malaga... meaning: Clubs + Clubs + SexShop + SexShop which I had never seen together... JA ja but good... was not very unsafe... for 2 couples that were going... There is a parking nearby that you leave the car 24 hours and leaves you more profitable to leave with the city... because the parkin is very expensive... in Malaga... compared with the grenade and then we quejamossssss! Night receptionist... It is not very nice... but it is normal... never tend it to be... but others were very breaded... clear.. .that each passed their own... JA ja ja rooms as well... entrances... or in my opinion... the attic is not so clean... JA ja that I said my friend...! bathroom its problem is that it is very close to the port and smells regulin... but it's what touches... moisture... and maybe carillo price I see it... in the month of may 53 euros for a pension because I see it over... But if it can be nothing... as wing... the cenachero... which not is so bad... that are very heavy milk!
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