Traditionally, men walked the streets of Málaga selling anchovies, mackerel and sardines from their twin baskets. The Spanish name for the baskets weaved from esparto grass is cenachos. So, a fish vendor was known as a cenachero. They typically wore a sash around their waist. This sculpture by Jaime Fernández Pimentel immortalizes the tradition. The bronze statue has become a symbol of the city since it was erected at Plaza de la Marina in 1968.