Santiago Church

Málaga, Spain

Iglesia de Santiago is the oldest church in Málaga, built in 1490 to the site of older mosque. This church is noted for its tall Mudejar style steeple and baroque interior which contains some notable chapels. Pablo Picasso's baptismal certificate is on display here. Pablo Picasso was baptisted there in 1881.


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Founded: 1490
Category: Religious sites in Spain


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Jay Mok (12 months ago)
Beautiful mother depicted in its painting and figurine. The best Mother Mary seen in Malaga.
Maria S (Elmundoconmarisa) (2 years ago)
We were walking by and luckily this church was open. It has this rather intimate feeling about it as it is pretty small. There was still some time before the service would begin and I thought it was fine to take some photos.
Angie Jaime (3 years ago)
It's beautiful✨?
Yonathan Stein (4 years ago)
It's beautiful outside and even better inside, if you're into architecture and good photos this church is nice for it.
Tor Tørjesen (5 years ago)
Very interesting
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