Plaza de la Constitución is a public square in the city center of Málaga, Spain.
The plaza has been a major town square since the time of the Reconquista when it was known as "Plaza de las Cuatro Calles" ("Four streets square"). It was also previously known as the Plaza mayor ("Main town square"). In 1812 it was renamed "Plaza de la constitución."
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Kav | Feb 19, 2018
It's a plaza at the end of a shopping street, lots of shops in the area and plenty of restaurants and tapas bars for food and drinks and a perfect place to spend a lazy afternoon watching the world go-bye or wait for someone. It's not somewhere I'd recommend anyone to goto but nice all the same
Anthony Muljadi | Nov 30, 2017
Nice, but don’t go out of your way.
David Bonte | Oct 8, 2017
Randomly waking by... Bout loved it
Jaime Monc | Feb 21, 2018
Dietmar E. | Jan 29, 2018
Ein schöner Platz, wo es immer was zum schauen und zum hören gibt. Schöne Gallerien, Boutiquen, Cafes, Bars, gute Strassenmusiker und Gaukler, alles ist da. Natürlich sind auch Gruppen von lästigen Bettlern auf den Strassen unterwegs🙁.
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