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Mural painting - Monuments

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Mural painting

One of the most salient features of Málaga’s eighteenth-century architecture was the presence of mural paintings on the façades of stately homes and religious buildings. Buried underneath several layers of whitewash, they have been restored in recent years. The painted walls of the Church of San Juan Bautista boast a geometric pattern that reveals great skill, also seen in the colour scheme. Other mural paintings can be seen in the Church of El Sagrario (Santa María Street), the Parish Church of Los Santos Mártires (Plaza de los Mártires), the Church of Santiago (Granada Street), the Church of San Felipe Neri (Gaona Street), 23 Carretería Street, the Glass Museum (Gaona Street) and Panaderos Street.