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Catedral de San Servasio, Valladolid

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Church Tourist Spot
Head to Catedral de San Servasio and take in the grand 16th- and 18th-century architecture. The church was first built in 1545 and was partially demolished, before being restored during the early 1700s. It features two tall towers that loom large over the adjacent town square. In the middle of the facade, find a stone-carved shield with a white sparrow, and just above, you can see a 19th-century clock. Inside, tall arches support the domed interior. The building takes up a total surface area of 6,658 sq m (71,666 sq ft). Put Catedral de San Servasio at the forefront of your travel plans using our Valladolid tour planner.
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  • we were there in a Sunday, so we stayed for the Sunday mass. The service was nice, the cathedral is humble but nice.  more »
  • This church was open when we passed by, so we went in. It's not overly decorated (typical of churches in the Yucatan) but quiet and peaceful and lovely in its own way. Definitely a popular spot for to...  more »
  • This is a lovely place to visit, a really ornate and serene cathedral in the heart of the city. it dates from the 15th century and you really get the atmosphere when you visit of a place that has been...  more »
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  • One of the most ancient catholic churches in Mexico. It's nice to see from outside. Inside you may find it a little bit creepy, or without charme. Anyway, this church, and its little town, it's a must see place if you wanna see a bit of "real Mexico", and not just the rich & touristic East side coast.
  • Beautiful old cathedral in historic Valladolid. Worth stopping by if you're in town.
  • An interesting Cathedral that looks lovely from the town square.
  • Valladolid is a good stop during your trip to the west side of Yucatan. The city center is worth visiting.
  • Beautiful cathedral, but nothing too fancy.