Bank of Spain
Built between 1936 and 1939 by the architect José Yarnoz. The Bank of Spain's shapes and elements make a strong and important impression, as does the entity it represents.
To this end, the architect used an impressive façade where the main element is a hexastyle porch with Corinthian columns supporting a portico.
It is a three storey building in neoclassic style located next to other buildings of interest such as the Rectorate of the University of Málaga and the City Council building.