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Escultura del Biznaguero

Jardines de Pedro Luis Alonso, Malaga, Spain
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He was probably screaming that in spanish. Biznagas are the bunches "jasmine" flower on the left... read more

Reviewed December 15, 2017
Solodam J
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Represents the Past of Malaga

In the past there were young men who would sell flowers on the streets of Malaga and the men would... read more

Reviewed August 28, 2017
Malaga, Spain
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Jardines de Pedro Luis Alonso, Malaga, Spain
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Reviewed December 15, 2017

He was probably screaming that in spanish. Biznagas are the bunches "jasmine" flower on the left hand of this statue. The biznagas is a symbol of Malaga. A biznaguero is the man who sells bizanagas on the street. The statue is a tribute to the...More

Thank Solodam J
Reviewed August 28, 2017

In the past there were young men who would sell flowers on the streets of Malaga and the men would buy one for their wife or girlfriend. The flowers would have a lot of perfume.

Thank BennyMalaga
Reviewed August 3, 2017

In a nice park, Jardines de Pedro Luis Alonso, a nice statue of a young boy with flowers in his hands, perhaps roses, this is a roses garden, a beautiful park with palms and trees, flowers, for a nice walk.

Thank Manuela L
Reviewed July 9, 2017

The statue of the Biznaguero is a sculpture made by Jaime Fernández Pimentel in 1963 that is sat in the the beautiful Gardens of Pedro Luis Alonso of this Spanish city. perfect for a picnic spot.

Thank LairdandLady4
Reviewed January 17, 2017

The sculpture of El Biznaguero was the work of sculptor Jaime Fernandez Pimentel in 1963 and represents a young man who sold flowers in the city. It is a very beautiful sculpture and its location in the park with rose gardens is also beautiful.

Thank BennyMalaga
Reviewed November 5, 2016

Charming statue, exuberant and unusual. Situated in the marvelous rose garden next to the City Hall where you can enjoy the wonderful collection of flowers.

Thank Nomadman411978
Reviewed October 23, 2016

Situated at the front of the Ayuntamiento building this statue stands in the middle of a magnificent rose garden. A keen gardener I was pleased to see all the roses labeled and in the lovely autumn weather still flowering. Sit awhile on the benches provided...More

Thank Maria M
Reviewed October 21, 2016

The gardens where the sculpture is are beautiful and you can emulate the same posture as the sculpture and you will had some fun doing it.

Reviewed April 9, 2016

What a small treat little garden full of orange trees, nice small pond full of fish and nicely scented flowers.

Thank ToutouBaraki
Reviewed February 24, 2016

The statue of El Biznaguero is located in the Rose Garden, beside the Ayuntamiento Building. The statue itself is quite beautiful and the roses in the garden are quite beautiful too.

Thank BennyMalaga
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