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Church of San Agustin, Malaga
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  • That I can tell, here I got married 25 years ago, simply wonderful, with the facelift they did recently, it has also won more...
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  • A pass and visier absolutely beautiful things has inside a moment of well being and very relaxing to pray in peace
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  • It is in San Agustín Street, a block from the Cathedral and attached to the Museum Picasso Málaga (Palacio de Buenavista) over the course of the years had various uses and owners. Today was only the Church and a school in the care of the Augustinian fathers church is from the 16th century. One enters through a lattice garden with orange trees, hedges and some figures. The front draws attention to the colorful. It has a belfry of two levels, with three bells. Inside has three naves. The main altar has a beautiful and bright dome. We saw different chapels and some caught our attention. For example that of the Virgen de las Angustias, with a statue of the Virgin Mary with tears on his face. Another is that of St. Augustine, which has a very penetrating look. We also saw, in preparation for Easter, a step (image to the procession) with Jesus with his Crown of thorns and the Madonna by his side, and an altar of the brotherhood of the Pollinica, with Jesus entering Jerusalem with the Virgin. We also saw a few windows in the floor allowing to visualize the crypt of the Church.
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