Girona's Cathedral is the cathedral of Girona in Catalonia,Spain. The original cathedral was a Romanesque building (S. XI-XII) which was redesigned by Pere Sacoma in 1312. After a few years of dubitation, Guillem Bofill and Antoni Canet start the genial project in 1416. The new design consists of a big Gothic revival nave, which is the widest Gothic nave in the world--22.98 m (75.39 ft)--and the second widest nave of all styles after St. Peter's Basilica in Rome.
Religious - Christianity