Malaga is awash with the most beautiful and tranquil churches. This one like them all is worth seeing.
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Looks a lot older than ninety six, The Church of the Sacred Heart is a ‘new’ neo-Gothic church, built in 1920 under the patronage of the Jesuits. Its architect was the renowned Fernando Guerrero Strachan. who has had a big influence on Malaga architecture.
A very quit and still church , Sagrada Corazon you must visit it, very loved church by the locals, silencious and mysterious like a Sakret Heart can be.
Another of the myriad of impressive churches that can be found in or around Malaga city centre. Regretably we didn’t have time to pay the fee and enter as there were too many other ‘attractions’ making demands on our time in this richly diverse city...More
The church is hidden slightly by newer buildings. It is a tranquil spot to stop and visit the inside if open. The entrance has a beautiful odour from the orange and possibly jasmine trees growing there.
As you walk on past the Museo Carmen Thyssen you will suddenly come across this beautiful church on your right. We looked in to see a place of perfect tranquility with perhaps 20 or so people dotted about silently looking at the Altar. Lovely.
The church is close to the Plaza Constitution which is the heart of the city. Most of the shopping, food and good hotels are close to this area. Within walking distance you can view the history of Malaga. Sacred Heart is a tourist must and...More