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Astorga Cathedral, Astorga

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The construction of grand Astorga Cathedral commenced in 1471 and lasted three centuries. As you explore the cathedral, observe the variety of architectural styles, a consequence of the long construction process. Discover a neoclassical cloister, Baroque towers, and a Renaissance portico. In the principal entrance to the cathedral, admire depictions of Christ’s miracles. Visit the cathedral museum, which hosts a large collection of religious art and items. Make sure you pick up a leaflet at the cathedral entrance, providing more information about the building. Use our Astorga travel itinerary planner to visit Astorga Cathedral on your trip to Astorga, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • The truth is that you leave open-mouthed nothing time see it... is a luxury! Is beautiful and magical... visitala!
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  • Surprisingly, a cathedral so magnificent in such a small city. Ago if single that deserve the penalty approaching Astorga.
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  • Impressive and visit obliged if raisins by Astorga. It is worth visiting inside which is perfectly preserved.
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  • A very unique Catholic Spanish Church that still has its choir stall taking up the center of the Church. You'll enjoy the artwork and sculpture, and the stained-glass. It's well worth visiting. If you're a Camino pilgrim, you'll enjoy this point of rest.
  • Maybe the most beautiful or unique cathedral in Leon.
  • The architecture of this building is outstanding. Such a beautiful place, definitely worth visiting.
  • A style quite different from the Gaudi building, we find the beautiful Cathedral of Leonese Baroque style. It highlights the altarpiece, and everything is accompanied by much Romanesque
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  • Was on his way to Aranda de Duero and we stopped to eat, I was surprised for good! He did not know the Cathedral and is really pretty
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