The Plaza de Uncibay is a plaza in the historic center of Malaga. It was named after Fernando de Uncibay, a captain from Vizcaya who took part in the conquest of Malaga by the Catholic Kings in 1497. He later became the mayor of the town of Bezmiliana, which is now called Rincon de la Victoria. The plaza was last remodeled in 1989, and this was done by the architects Luis Bono Ruiz de la Herran and Jose Fernandez Oyarzabal, who installed the obelisk. Beside the obelisk are two sculpture groups by the sculptor from Malaga Jose Seguiri. One is titled the Rape of Europa and the other is the Death of Acteon. This plaza has several restaurants, many stores, and plenty of foot traffic, as it is in a central place in the city.
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