Museo de Las Cofradías
The former Hospital of San Julián, in the heart of the city, was built in the late 17th century. The architectural complex of two stories revolves around two unique courtyards. Around the main square courtyard –with arches supported by twelve columns and an 18th-century fountain– are the premises of the old hospital housing the Museum of the Holy Week of Málaga. In the second courtyard, are the offices of the Association of Brotherhoods of Holy Week, among which are various meeting rooms.