Catedral de la Encarnación

Catedral de la Encarnación

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Calle Cister, Malaga, , Spain

Locals call this church La Manquita, or "the One-Armed Lady," because only one of the façade's soaring bell towers was ever completed. Not for lack of effort: Construction lasted more than 200 years, which explains the mixture of styles—from late Gothic to Baroque to neoclassical—inside the sanctuary.




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