Cathedral of Murcia

Cathedral of Murcia


Murcia, Spain (ES)
The Cathedral of Murcia is a Roman Catholic cathedral located in Murcia, south-eastern Spain, and dating from the 14th century.

The cathedral includes styles of more than five centuries, and has four outstanding elements: the altarpiece with its Baroque-like façade of the Puerta del Perdón, the Gothic chapel of the Velez family, the Renaissance Junterones chapel and the symbol of the city: the 96 metre high tower and its 25 bells.

It is also possible to visit the Diocesan museum inside.
The Cathedral of Murcia is a Roman Catholic cathedral located in Murcia, south-eastern Spain, and dating from the 14th century.

The cathedral includes styles of more than five centuries, and has four outstanding elements: the altarpiece with its Baroque-like façade of the Puerta del Perdón, the Gothic chapel of the Velez family, the Renaissance Junterones chapel and the symbol of the city: the 96 metre high tower and its 25 bells.

It is also possible to visit the Diocesan museum inside.
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By: DonMartini

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