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Turismo

Diputación de Málaga
  • Chullera is home to two minarets, one of the conical variety and another older example with a cruciform base, the latter being the original tower built in Nazarí times. By 1497, it was referred to...

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    The parish church of San Mateo is a building that dates back to the 16th century. Its construction followed late Gothic and Rennaisance styles. It is divided up into three naves by pointed arches....

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    The present-day church, built between 1739 and 1763 and probably designed by the master architect Cristóbal García, is notable for its clever use of volumes and roofs. Of octagonal...

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    According to some historians the name Moclinejo comes from the Arab word "Moclin", which means "lugar de distrito”. The town of Moclinejo was the scene of a an important...

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    According to Mister Mateo Gallego, the name Totalán is of Arabic origin and means “torta" or “cake”. This theory is based on a series of documents which mention a...