The Catedral de Sevilla is a religious building situated in Seville in Andalusia in South side of Spain. This historic building is also considered as the largest Gothic cathedral and also the third largest church in the world. Also known as the Cathedral de Santa Maria de la Sede, its construction got completed in the 16th century. This architectural building is also a religious site which attracts tourists from all around the world.
The Cathedral of Seville is one of the largest Roman cathedrals in Spain.Construction of the cathedral began in the early 1400s to highlight Seville’s prosperity. The sheer size and splendour of the cathedral make it stand out from all other... more cathedrals in Europe. It was built as a tribute to the grandeur of Seville.
As the cathedral was built upon the ruins of a mosque, many columns and elements from the mosque have been included. An example of this is the Giralda, originally a minaret, now converted in to a bell tower. It is Seville’s most popular symbol.
Visitors will enjoy the interiors of the place with the longest nave in the country embellished with gold. Apart from that, it also has the largest altarpiece in the world with some of the finest examples of Gothic woodcarving. Also, jewellery items, paintings and sculptures are housed here.Web Site: http://www.worldheritagesite.org/sites/seville.html
Seville Cathedral is also known as Cathedral de Santa Maria de la Sede. This cathedral is claimed by some as the largest Gothic cathedral and the fourth largest Christain church in the world. The construction of the cathedral began in... more 1402 and continued till 16th century. The central nave rises to at least 42 meters. This cathedral was actually built to demonstrate the wealth of the city as it also became a major trading center in the years after the Reconquista.
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