THE PICASSO Museum has once again been crowned the most visited museum in Andalucia.
More than 635,000 people enjoyed its offerings in 2017, a similar amount to the number of inhabitants in Malaga city.
The figure is an almost 14% increase on 2016 visitors.
Popular shows last year included the Warhol and Mechanical Art exhibition.
The art gallery, which has been open for almost fifteen years, closely collaborates with other world famous institutions such as the TATE in London and the Centre Pompidou in Paris.
May sets to see another boost in numbers with the Caixaforum exhibition arriving, which saw more than 228,000 visit a smaller version in Barcelona.
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