This building was one of the headquarters of the "Colegio de Doña Luisa" (1967-1977). Luisa Casas Bueno (1924-2001), a native of Málaga, moved to Coín after her marriage to the photographer López Duerto.
The most influential Spanish philosopher of recent decades, Don Javier Muguerza Carpintier (1936-2019), was born here. Author of works such as "Hopeless Reason" or "From Perplexity: Essay on Ethics, Reason and Dialogue."
The photographic studio of "López Duerto" (1921-1996) was located in this place since 1959. The nineteenth-century house where it was located was replaced by the current building according to the current approach of the moment.
The canon D. José Moreno Maldonado (1867-1935) was born here, to a carpenter father, trained in his childhood by D. Fernando de Hermosa y Santiago. He was an outstanding and outstanding student at the Malagueño Council Seminary.
Here are the remains of the only Episcopal Palace that existed in the province of Malaga outside its capital, for the residence of the high ecclesiastical authorities. Ordered to be built by Don Bernardo Manrique de Lara in the s.
This building, currently adapted to the popular and traditional "Carnicería de Peña", maintained its function as a court since its creation, between the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th