Antigua Fábrica de Tabaco
The Antigua Fábrica de Tabaco (Old Tobacco Factory) built in the 1930s is currently the home of the Museo Automovilístico de Málaga (Málaga Automobile Museum) and other municipal bodies after becoming municipal property in 2004. The first thing you notice when you arrive at the entrance is a beautiful iron gate that leads to the main courtyard of the three courtyards that were part of the factory and which were designed for selling, fermenting and manufacturing tobacco products.
On both sides of the main entrance are buildings that were used as offices and the manager's residence. Open brickwork can be seen at the corners and edges of the bays on the factory's walls: white brickwork for backgrounds and glazed ceramic blue and yellow for friezes. The roofs are terraces and on the capping are pyramids with spheres inspired by the architecture of Seville.