Night Malaga. City hall
During my first visit to Malaga in the spring of 2013, I rented the Municipal Palace in the light of day, and told about the history of its construction . The next time, in March 2016, I filmed a building at night, brightly lit by halogen lamps.
On today's walk, I again took the time to walk up to the Avenue Cervantes and was not disappointed.
The building in the new light design had a completely unusual look.
At the bottom, the rich blue color gradually turns into a soft pink, and then red.
В полупроводниковом свете даже кроны пальм выглядят совершенно нереально.
Полупроводниковые источники света активно теснят теснят традиционные лампы, давая широчайшие возможности использования не только света, но и цвета, и заодно экономят изрядное количество электроэнергии.
The side of the building is illuminated by ordinary lamps.
The side facades are no less interesting than the main one. The portal is decorated with openwork cast-iron lanterns.
Here, too, there is an abundance of stucco and sculptural forms.
Looking from the side facade up and see the illuminated walls and towers of the fortress Alkaba.
Fifty meters from the city hall, you can see the Grail square with the fountain of the three Graces.