There is so much to in Malaga. With so much historical significance that has occurred in this city there is much to be explored and learned. Many of what has occurred is preserved in the ruins that are located throughout the city, from when it was founded by the Phoenicians to when it was ruled by the Moors.
With a wide selection of churches and palaces to visit there is much to be enjoyed on your visit. Some of these churches are even located in palaces as well as the Moorish and Roman architecture that can be observed in various areas.
Areas Of Sightseeing In Malaga
One area to look at is the Cathedral in Malaga. There is much to see with its two chapels and stalls. It was built by the Catholics and finished in the mid 1700s with much of its architecture being visible from the later time period.
La Inglesia del Sagrario is another church one may want to visit that was finished in 1448 on the site of a mosque and contains many different sculptures to enjoy on your visit.
Santuario de la Virgen is another beautiful old church which contains the tombs of the counts of Buena Vista.
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