The Nerja Museum is home to an exhibition entitled ‘ Prehistory in the province of Malaga through the Temboury Legacy’ and the exhibition continues until September 2nd.
The exhibition traces the historical evolution of primitive man’s presence in Málaga province and is based upon the pioneering studies and contemporary graphic documentation of archaeological sites discovered and studied since the late nineteenth century until 1960 which are contained in the ‘Temboury Legacy’.
The Malaga Provincial Government has been the trustee of the Temboury Legacy since 1979. The legacy was kindly donated to the province by María Victoria Villarejo, widow of Temboury.
The exhibition is divided into three parts, Paleolithic, Neolithic and Bronze Age.