The summer festivities in the city of Málaga have their roots in the commemoration of the incorporation of city to the Castilian crown of the Catholic Monarchs, who made their triumphal entrance into the city on 19th August 1487. In 1491, coinciding with the religious celebrations of the Cathedral Chapter, the Municipal Town Council decreed the establishment of popular festivities, which that year began on 15th August. It was in 1887, with celebration of the 400th anniversary of the Catholic Monarchs’ entrance into Málaga, that these festivities regained their initial splendour. Málaga’s August Fair has come to the present day […]
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