Malaga Photo Gallery - Part 2 (Catedral)

Showcasing Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque styles, the unfinished cathedral was built between the 16th and 18th centuries. Rising 84m, the north tower is the second highest in Andalusia, after Seville. However, the south tower remains unfinished as the money was donated to the US independence war effort against the British, giving the cathedral the nickname of "the one-armed lady".

The admission charge was worth the money. The interiors are simply decorated; the lack of colours is compensated by the impressiveness of the vast space.

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