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This fountain has a special charm which is meant to bring beauty to those who visit.

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Tres Gracias Fountain

Malaga's three nymphs.

Also known as the Tres Ninfas Fountain, it was the work of engineer José María Sánchez. The fountain is currently situated in General Torrijos Square, at the entrance to Malaga Park (in Malagueta), although in the 19th century it was installed in the Marina Square. The fountain has three marble sculptures inspired by Greek mythology. Its structure is made up of three superimposed bodies, declining in height and separated by two cups. In the lower section there is a triangular pedestal decorated with some figures of children sitting on swans, whilst the Tres Gracias o Ninfas (the three marble nymphs) are in the centre, dressed in classic tunics and carrying farming tools, a horn and an oar. The upper section is decorated with a vase.



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