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Manuel Domingo de Larios, the last Marquis of Larios, passed away in Paris with no descendants. The Larios family grew through the development of Malaga's textile and sugar industry. Its main creation was the Calle del Marqués de Larios, one of Spain's first commercial streets and currently a leisure and shopping nerve centre for the Malaga capital. It is 350 metres long and is where the first finish-line of La Vuelta 2018 will be located, specifically in the Plaza de la Constitución. It will be our little tribute to the Carta Magna that also turns 40 this year.

Manuel Domingo de Larios, the last Marquis of Larios, passed away in Paris with no descendants. The Larios family grew through the development of Malaga's textile and sugar industry. Its main creation was the Calle del Marqués de Larios, one of Spain's first commercial streets and currently a leisure and shopping nerve centre for the Malaga capital. It is 350 metres long and is where the first finish-line of La Vuelta 2018 will be located, specifically in the Plaza de la Constitución. It will be our little tribute to the Carta Magna that also turns 40 this year.

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