Nestled in one of Malaga's oldest historic quarters just a few blocks from the Picasso Museum and Plaza de la Merced (under which there is convenient parking) is this hidden treasure. As a lover of history and architecture, I learned a lot from these antique, large dollhouses that are miniature replicas of how people used to live in various regions of Spain during the past few centuries. Each building is replete with every minor detail (furniture, kitchens, light fixtures, people, toys) you can imagine. Some miniatures were even created by the nimble fingers of the owner, Voria Harras, who was a delightful guide and not only showed off her museum, but also her improving English.
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