Socializing at Plaza de la Merced in Málaga, Spain

Plaza de la Merced has had several names since the start of the Roman occupation in the 3rd century BC. The tree-lined square was given its current name when the Mercedarian friars built the former Church and Convent of Our Lady of Mercy here in the early 16th century. Plaza de la Merced is a delightful focal point for locals. During warm weather, tourists enjoy dining at the outdoor cafes and restaurants.


Plaza de la Merced, 25, 29012 Málaga, Spain


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