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Museo Carmen Thyssen Malaga, Malaga

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Delve into 19th-century Spanish art at Museo Carmen Thyssen Malaga. Housed in a converted 16th-century Baroque palace, the museum features a permanent collection of works, from landscapes to portraits, done by predominantly Andalusian painters. For an interesting perspective on the development and culture of southern Spain, admire well-known pieces such as Plá’s “Ladies in the Garden” or “La Buenaventura” by Romero de Torres. Stop for a coffee and pastry at the museum’s palace cafe before leaving. To visit Museo Carmen Thyssen Malaga and get the most from your holiday in Malaga, create itinerary details personal to you using our Malaga trip itinerary planner.
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  • Countess and international socialite Carmen Thyssen obviously assembled her impressively deep collection of Spanish art from the mid-19th to early 20th Centuries with an eye to the paintings... 
    Countess and international socialite Carmen Thyssen obviously assembled her impressively deep collection of Spanish art from the mid-19th to early 20th Centuries with an eye to the paintings...  more »
  • If you want to while away a couple of hours then you need look no further.A few old masters and a smattering of fin de sickle and insight to Spanish bullfighting life as well as social country life... 
    If you want to while away a couple of hours then you need look no further.A few old masters and a smattering of fin de sickle and insight to Spanish bullfighting life as well as social country life...  more »
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  • A well and truly underrated gallery. Some incredible pieces of work, all so brilliantly curated and thoroughly enjoyable. One could spend hours mesmerised by the beautiful works in the place. It’s surprisingly quiet and those we came across all seemed relaxed and pleased. There is a lovely attached cafe well worth rewarding yourself with a coffee after your visit.
  • Clean, beautiful organized. What a wonderful collection! Here you can understand better how it was life in Spain in the past centuries. They have a good cafeteria and shop.

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