Bank of Spain Building in Málaga, Spain

As the name suggests, Banco de España is Spain’s central bank. The institution was founded in Madrid in 1782. Among its responsibilities are managing Spain’s monetary policy, reserves and credit institutions while working with the other 18 members of the Eurosystem. This local Bank of Spain office on Avenue de Cervantes next to Town Hall was constructed in 1936. The Neoclassical design is credited to architect José Yárnoz.


Av. de Cervantes, 3, 29016 Málaga, Spain


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