Catedral de San Jose de Cucuta, Cucuta
(4.7/5 based on 30 reviews on the web)
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  • a church well preserved to pass the years, maintenance and good spaces and warm interior to spend a good time in peace with oneself...
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  • This Cathedral in downtown Cucuta, is very clear, cute and with a few precious stained glass windows and with the exhibition of the Holy Sepulchre with a neoclassic style! Catholic is not stop visiting it! Cucuta is a city of progress! Can bus, taxi, walk, car
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  • It is a Cathedral with a very nice architecture is great, I liked, we were all in Group and we went at a time where there were mass and was very nice and telling the message of the father
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  • Very nice
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  • Beautiful
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  • CATHEDRAL SAN JOSÉ DE CÚCUTA first part by history is known that there was the parish church of San Luis on the right bank of the Pamplonita River. But they were settlers reaching the Valley, forming a settlement between the rivers Pamplonita and Zulia. Doña Juana Rangel de Cuéllar gave part of their properties, in that June 17, 1733 to make the hamlet; then, residents began to request the erection of a new parish grounds as a strong reason the obstacle imposed the floods of the River to prevent the mass attendance. Thus came the 19 March 1734, the priest Diego Antonio Ramirez Rojas, who celebrated his first mass in the village and later, on 13 November of the same year, met the Decree emanated from the curia of Bogotá and signed by the Archbishop, Monsignor Claudio Álvarez de Quiñonez, which was named the same priest as the first parish priest of the parish erected in honour of the glorious Patriarch date San Jose. Thus began the parish in the dawn, also of the recent hamlet which were growing at the same time: parish which with its temple was converted into the Cathedral of the diocese and the hamlet became capital of the North Santander Department. The first parish priest Diego Antonio Ramirez Rojas and his successors put everything for that commitment with the membership were building the temple parish. After the first hundred years that temple was deteriorating. In 1847 came as parish priest Father Antonio Domingo Mateus, who start the reconstruction of the first temple. But I get on May 17, 1875 the fateful earthquake. Died the coat with the destruction of the temple and thousands of citizens, together with the people, were destroyed. The image of San Jose and Nuestra Señora de los Remedios crowned as our Lady of Cucuta on May 18, 1950, on the 75th anniversary of the disastrous episode remained intact among the ruins and decided that the last Sunday in May was the patron. After fourteen years of the earthquake, during which exercised the Catholic worship in the chapels of the hospital and san Antonio, Pastor Marcos Hernandez, put on May 12, 1889 the first stone of what will be the new (current) Temple of San José. This priest and several successors pastors were building and ornamentando, with the vicissitudes of the war of the thousand days and the first world war that made delay its completion and decoration. To be continued...
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  • Sacred architectural beauty
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  • It's very nice
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