Town hall, Málaga
The Neo-Baroque Town Hall is one of Malaga's most important buildings and was constructed between 1912 and 1919 and is located on the avenida de Cervantes. Noteworthy things to see at the Malaga Town Hall include the Lounge of the Mirrors decorated with paintings by Jaraba and Murillo Careers as well as the Lounge of Plenary sessions
A Fine example of decoration at its best. The style is Neo Baroque; popular during the period of construction from 1912-19. It was the brain child of Mayor Manual Raggio, and even today it stands out as a truly magnificent structure. Unable to go inside-it was Monday, it is said to have a Lounge of Mirrors and Lounge of Plenary. The location is also a great setting with the garden park and adjacent rose garden area, with the Alcazaba to the rear.
The town hall was built between 1912 and 1919 by local architects. The main facade is emblazened with mottoes of the city and sculptures to depict the Navy, Industry, Fishing and commerce. Next to the town hall are really pretty gardens called the Gardens of Pedro L. Alonso. Behind the gardens are the walls & gardens of the Alcazaba. While I was there a couple were having their wedding photographs taken in this idyllic setting.
Tthe City Hall, Ayuntamiento was built at the early 19´s by the architects from Malaga
Beautiful gardens around, and good views of the Alcazaba and gibralfaro castle!!
Many couples come here the wedding day for the photo album
The Town Hall of Malaga is one of the most impressive buildings I have ever seen, with it's golden colors and many columns. It is built in Neo-Baroque style and has a beautiful little garden right in front of it.
The Town Hall of Malaga is a building that you will surely see because is in the middle of the Park. At its back you can find the Alcazaba. On sundays there weddings