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Calle San Agustín

Calle San Agustín

Calle San Agustín

After the Christian reconquest of Málaga, Calle San Agustín was called Calle de los Caballeros (Knights' Street), because of the large number of Christian knights who took up residence there, building their palaces on top of the old Muslim buildings. The Moorish Quarter (Morería), an area reserved for the 25 noble mudéjar families who stayed and who had their own baths, mosque and bakery could also be found here.

In the 16th century, the name was changed when an Augustinian convent, was built, but it remains one of the streets that has best preserved its traditional structure and, on entering, we find the Museo Picasso on the left-hand side.

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