The Cathedral of Málaga is a Roman Catholic church in the city of Málaga in Andalusia in southern Spain.
This white church is a rather unexpected neo-Gothic gem that adorns the historical plaza. Come here for a mass if you have enough time.
The richly ornate Baroque church is definitely worth the detour for its crypt that is quite macabre.
This church is actually a rebuilt mosque - hence the distinctive architectural medley. Admire the building and look for traces of the mosque.
This is one of the oldest Christian places of worship in Malaga. Also, Picasso, who lived nearby, was baptized here.
The tiny Baroque chapel could be easily overlooked on the street. Don't do that and peek inside - the interior is beautifully decorated.
Europe's largest stupa. The white symbol of enlightenment was built here to promote Buddhist teachings.
This beautiful 17th century church is a popular wedding location even for foreign visitors. No wonder - the setting is just perfect.