Martín de Aldehuela
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He arrived in the city in 1778, directed the reconstruction, and also undertook many smaller projects on churches and architecture within the city such as the aqueduct of San Telmo, which was of monumental importance to the water supply in Malaga.
He also designed the Plaza de Toros de Ronda, one of the oldest bullrings still in use.
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