Calle Molina Lario, 9, 29015 Málaga, Spagna
Standing on the site of Malaga’s main mosque, the cathedral was begun in the 16th century. However, one of the towers was never completed, resulting in the lop-sided effect you see today. Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architectural elements reflect the long period of construction. Inside, have a look at the carved choir stalls and the two 18th-century organs, as well as sculpture by Pedro de Mena and a painting by Alonso Cano.