Until September 2nd the Nerja Museum in Plaza Espana is holding an exhibition showing the historical evolution of primitive man’s presence in what is now the province of Malaga.

The exhibition draws on the archive of the ‘Temboury Legacy’, which was donated to the government of Malaga in 1978. Between 1920 and 1960 Juan Temboury Álvarez travelled throughout Malaga, collecting, photographing and describing any event, book, work of art or anything else that he considered of interest and importance to the province. Included in this incredible archive are many examples relating to the archaeology of the region, and within that field much information about the prehistory. It is this collection of photographs and documents that make up the current Nerja Museum exhibition.

The exhibition is open from Monday to Sunday between 10am and 2pm and then from 4pm to 6.30pm

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