The Banco de España is the central bank of Spain and it always has beautiful buildings in every major city of Spain. For Malaga, it constructed a very elegant building in 1936 with the help of the architect Jose Yarnoz. The style of the building is Art Deco, but the façade is made of light gray marble with six very large Corinthian columns in the portico. The main door is a metal door with the grey color and has small medallions in it. At the top of the building is the name of the bank using an art deco type, done in stone. The second floor windows are decorated with wrought iron grills. The sides of the building have simple columns that give the building elegance. There is an interior patio which has a large glass skylight and the interior is also very elegant.
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