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The Cathedral of Malaga
Spain

Renaissance cathedral was built in the 16 century on the site of the great mosque in the center of Malaga. Outside you can see the unfinished tower, so the church is sometimes called the "one-handed. In the chapels can see interesting works such as "Grieving Mother" by Pedro de Mena, "Christ on the cross," Alonso de Mena, and a huge "Madonna" Alonso Cano.

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