Church of Santos Mártires

Málaga, Spain

Founded in 1487 and dedicated to San Ciriaco and Santa Paula, the patron saints of Malaga, who according to legend died defending their Christian faith, this pretty church features a striking Mudejar town, as well as a richly decorated baroque style interior, which includes a sculpture by Franciso Oritz.

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Founded: 1487
Category: Religious sites in Spain

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4.6/5 (based on Google user reviews)

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Anna Zobel (5 months ago)
Very beautiful and interesting build. Entrance is free. Unfortunately the candles were plastic, so if you wanted to light a candle, you would drop a coin to a dispencer and a plastic candle automatically lit. Clearly there just to collect money.
Mike Bement (6 months ago)
Amazing! A breathtaking example of high baroque and Catholic imagery. It's a remarkable space - it would be wonderful to hear music performed here. So glad we found it!
Tarık Yüce (9 months ago)
Have a very amazing architectural build in malaga and when we went to this church wedding will be start .We observe the atmosphere i feel so comfortable here.
Raff Tatee (17 months ago)
Beautiful building. I like this big gate ?
James Russell (2 years ago)
Incredible... and I'm not normally a big fan of churches ?
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