San Agustín

Built by Diego de Vergara, who built Malaga cathedral, this 16C church has a nave topped with a gothic crossed vault and a pretty 17-18C tower. The manneristic tower is a full arch with a balcony above which appear niches that hold religious sculptures. On the main altar, interesting paintings by Mohedano illustrate the life of St Augustin.

Useful information

Adresse : 

calle del Infante Don Fernando, s/n

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