Designed in the Renaissance style, Malaga Cathedral is located in the popular resort of Malaga in southern Spain.
Unusually, its façade is Baroque in style, and it's also known for having the second tallest tower in Andalusia at 84 meters. Stone carvings over the doors depict the Annunciation and the patron saints of Malaga.
Inside, the sanctuary is known for its works of art, including an 18th century Neo-Classic altarpiece and the Chapel of Santa Barbara with its Gothic altarpiece.
The building was built between 1528 and 1782, and is located in the heart of the resort, close to what were once the city walls.Places nearby:
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