The Basílica Nuestra Señora de la Victoria is north of the Picasso Museum, came to by method for Calle de la Victoria. This seventeenth-century Baroque church is a standout amongst the most critical houses of worship in Málaga.
A recorded memorable landmark, the Basilica remains on the site where the Catholic Monarchs pitched an attack of Málaga amid the Reconquest.
The congregation contains the Shrine of Our Lady of Victory with a fifteenth-century figure of the Virgen de la Victoria, Patron Saint of the town.
The figure was an endowment of Emperor Maximilian I to King Ferdinand. Among the works of art and models beautifying the haven, features are the two figures by Pedro de Mena.
Another must-see piece is the Altarpiece of San Francisco de Paula by Luis Ortiz de Vargas.
The basilica houses some of its craft treasures inside a presentation corridor.