Like many churches in Europe, the Malaga Cathedral (aka Our Lady of Incarnation) is nothing short of incredible. There is a small fee to enter, but it's more than worth the price of admission. There were paintings on the wall depicting biblical scenes and the statues were aplenty. The paintings were large and gives off powerful imagery, and I wished there was a guide there to tell me about them. Also, there is a lot of gilding, carvings, and overall opulence. The architectural details are marvelous. I will be surprised if tours are not available, but since we were doing a DIY and kind of stumble upon the cathedral, we didn't get a chance to find out about tours. Honestly, I would have loved to have a guide to point out to what I was looking at.
It is an amazing cathedral, one of my favorites. It is large with very high ceilings, but despite the many tourists there at that time it felt peaceful, comforting and serene to me.
For more about the Malaga Cathedral, read here and here.
It is one place I truly want to go back and see again, fingers crossed!
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