Museo de la Cofradía del Santo Sepulcro /Cofradía del Santo Sepulcro (Brotherhood Museum)

September 16, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

Within the most important Malaga triangle, Alcazaba-Cathedral-Picasso Museum, it is la Casa-Museo de la Hermandad del Santo Sepulcro, a sacred art museum in general and a Holy Week museum in particular, of one of the most important brotherhoods of Malaga’s Passion Week, for being the City’s Official Brotherhood and for having the Christ’s catafalque trono , a real treasure of the Malaga’s Holy Week, designed by the distinguished Malaga citizen Jose Moreno Carbonero.
This exhibition area has several sceneries. The museum principal space, located on the ground floor, is el Salon de Tronos (room), where two tronos, perfectly built,  are placed. You can also admire showcases with belongins from the end of the 19th and 20th centuries.
On the first floor there is an art gallery with  Malaga paintings from the beginnings of the 20th till nowadays: Moreno Carbonero, Pedro Sáez, Antonio Montiel, Félix Revello de Toro, Chicano, E. Arriaga…
Finally, in the basement, there is la Sala de Columbarios  (room where you keep ashes) of the brotherhood, where you can admire the beauty of a  Dolorosa  (religious figure) from the 18th century by an anonymous sculptor.

Address: C/ Alcazabilla, 5, 29015 Málaga
Tel.: 647 03 83 79
Open: 9,30 h – 13,30 h and 16,30 h – 19,30
Closed: Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays
Prices: Person: 1 €;

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