Pedro Luis Alonso Gardens and Town Hall in Málaga, Spain

Pedro Luis Alonso Gardens is a perfect respite during an active day of sightseeing. The funnel-shaped landscaping contains 70,000 square feet of sculptured bushes, fruit trees and over 75 types of roses. In the center is El Biznaguero statue. It recognizes the tradition of men selling biznagas (a type of white jasmine flower) on the streets. Accenting the ends of the park is a terraced fountain and this reflection pool pointing toward Town Hall. Jardines de Pedro Luis Alonso was created by gardener Guerrero Stachan shortly after WWII and named after the first postwar mayor of Málaga.


Calle Guillen Sotelo, 31, 29016 Málaga, Spain


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