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Cathedral of our Lady of Guadeloupe, Ponce

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
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4.6/5 based on 90 reviews on the web
Head to the center of the city's historic zone to visit Cathedral of our Lady of Guadeloupe, an early 19th-century Roman Catholic church, dating back more than 300 years. A church of the same name was built in 1670 and demolished in 1835. The tall white neoclassical church today features two three-story towers flanking a central facade. Entrance to the church can be made via a set of tall wooden doors. Step inside to find a colonial and Gothic interior. Eight bays and an apse accompany the tall nave, which features a cross-vaulted ceiling with crystal chandeliers. Use our Ponce trip itinerary builder to arrange your visit to Cathedral of our Lady of Guadeloupe and other attractions in Ponce.
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  • found me very cute and elegant is a colonial building which abound in this area of the country, is located in the main square of Ponce and is very easy to reach it, I could tame a pair you photos and lot of people towards the same, open to visitors.
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  • its architecture is spectacular and excellent for taking photos. Lovers to architecture should visit this place.
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  • This is a must destination if you find yourself in Ponce! Described by many visitors and locals alike as one of the nicest Cathedrals in Puerto Rico. Make sure you step inside to fully enjoy! 
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  • Beautiful cathedral with mass services.
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  • I will go again
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