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The Cathedral of the Incarnation, in Malaga, is one of the major Renaissance monuments in Andalusia. It is located inside the ancient Andalusian fortifications and forms a large architectural ensemble with the Alcazaba of Malaga and the Gibralfaro Castle.
The Cathedral of Málaga is a Roman Catholic church in the city of Málaga in Andalusia in southern Spain.
Built mostly in gothic style, starting in the 1530s for two hundred years... and is still unfinished! Why? The legend says that the money was used to finance the XIX century wars on American continent. Sundays before 12:30 you can enter for free at the mass. Also visit the top of the cathedral! …
Nice, gorgeous place. Inside seems even more spectacular than from outside. Worth visiting
I advise you to visit the Cathedral, on Sundays during the mass the entrance is free, and there is also a very interesting tour to the roof of the Cathedral.
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