You don’t get any for ages and then two come along at once.
Muebles Hermoso Nativity Scene…
The Muebles Hermoso furniture shop towards the top of calle Pintada always has a very good Nativity Scene in the window and this year is no exception. The scene is large and with a number of ‘action’ scenes and figures.
Neopolitan nativity scene
The Ermita de la Virgen de las Angustias in Plaza de la Ermita is home to a Neopolitan style nativity scene and can be visited from 8:30 to 14:00 and 16:30 to 20:00 every day except Sunday afternoon.
Nativity scene in the Nerja Cultural Centre
In addition to the municipal Nativity scene currently on display in the Exhibition Centre in calle Cristo, a second Nativity scene is now on display at the Nerja Cultural Centre in calle Granada.
Nativity scene in calle Pintada
Muebles Hermoso in calle Pintada are renowned for their Nativity Scenes and this year’s is as good as ever and well worth a look. They take a lot of effort and produce some fine detail.
Nativity scene using recycled materials
The Nerja Cultural Centre in calle Granada is now home to a nativity scene made by Antonio del Corral of the Brotherhood El Cautivo. The nativity scene has been made from old furniture, cd boxes and anything else that could be recycled and visiting times are when the centre is open for its usual events.
Almayate Nativity play
Rain forced the postponement last week of the Nativity play in Almayate but this has now been rescheduled for today and tomorrow.
Christmas vandalism in Estepona
A nativity scene in a square in Estepona has been burned in an act of vandalism, the second such incident within a week.
The Nativity Scene
The exhibition Hall in calle Cristo (calle Almirante Ferrandis/Post office street) is currently home to the municipal Nativity Scene and it will be on show from now until January 6th 2010. The opening times are from 17:30 until 20:00. The display is the legacy of Carmen Rodríguez, a málagueño by birth but long time resident of Nerja. The scene was …
Nativity scene on display in the Sala Mercado
In addition to the exhibition of Traditional Andalucían Musical Instruments made from Mud currently on show at the Sala Mercado in calle San Miguel, you can now view the nativity scene prepared by the Nerja Municipal Band. The nativity scene will be on show until January 6th, viewing times being the same as for the main exhibition. Also, as part …