Some nice pieces being produced in Plaza Cavana at the moment, this particular one being well under way.
In April 2010, a sculpture commemorating the discovery of the Nerja Caves was added to the Balcón de Europa, the work of Francisco Martín. This is the second sculpture on the Balcón de Europa by this artist, the other one being the highly popular statue of King Alfonso III.
A sculpture entitled ‘El Encuentro‘ adorns the roundabout by the Supersol supermarket at the western entrance to Nerja. It dates from 2005 and is the work of sculptor Robert Harding, although the official municipal ‘Point of Interest’ sign board unfortunately calls him Robert Halding. Twice. Poor artist.
Above the ill-fated Verano Azul underground car park, which was turned into a private facility for residents of the area after it failed miserably as a public car park (as they all seem to do), is Plaza Cronista Pepe Pascual, named after Pepe Pascual, Official Chronicler of Nerja and the Nerja Caves.
Two large bronze heads, three metres high and weighing 2,000 kilos each, adorn the entrance to Atocha railway station in Madrid, Spain.
The Jardines de Picasso – Picasso Gardens – in Málaga opened on Tuesday September 20th 1977 and one month later, this sculpture in honour of the artist was installed.