The Cathedral of the Incarnation in Málaga, Spain, is a beautiful example of the Renaissance architecture found in the city. Constructed between 1528 and 1782, it was designed by Diego de Siloé, Juan Gómez de Mora and Alonso de Berruguete. It features a Baroque neoclassic façade and two bell towers. Inside, the cathedral features classic Baroque and Rococo décor, as well as a magnificent golden Retable in the main chapel. The most impressive element is the richly decorated Nave, featuring ornamented and gilded golden moldings and vibrant painted walls. The cathedral also houses a museum and many artworks, including the tomb of Alonso Cano. Visit and experience the grandeur of this Early Modern era masterpiece.
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