Buenavista Palace is a historic building in Malaga. The two-story building with towers is located in the historic center of the city, in the Jewish quarter, on San Augustin Street. The building was built in the first half of the 16th century for Diego de Casagli on the ruins of the Nasrid palace. After his death, became the property of the Counts of Mollin, and in the XIX century – to the Counts of Buenavista. In 1939, the Buenavista Palace was included in the register of protected cultural objects of Spain. During the Civil War in Spain, the Buenavista Palace housed the Red Cross Hospital. In 1946, the palace was transferred to house the exhibition of the art museum of the province of Malaga, which opened in 1961. In 1997, the exhibition of the art museum was closed to make way for the Picasso Museum, which opened in the walls of the palace in 2003.


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