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Santa Iglesia Cathedral, San Cristobal de La Laguna
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Santa Iglesia Cathedral is located in San Cristobal de La Laguna. For Santa Iglesia Cathedral and beyond, use our San Cristobal de La Laguna vacation builder to get the most from your San Cristobal de La Laguna vacation.
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La catedral es bonita, pero por gran parte bastante sencilla - no me impresionó mucho. Pero si estás en La Laguna, pasa a verla.The Cathedral is pretty, but by much rather simple - didn't impress me much. But if you're in La Laguna, he goes to see her.show original
Hasta hace poco tiempo cerrada por obras de rehabilitación. Actualmente se puede contemplar la magnifica plaza que la rodea y visitar la catedral es obligatorio para el viajero que visita La Laguna.Until it recently closed for renovation. Currently you can see wonderful square that surrounds it and visit the Cathedral is compulsory for the traveller who visits La Laguna.show original
Es una catedral muy original por sus estilos y acabados, bien cuidada, luminosa, agradable, su interior transmite paz, transitable tras el altar mayor y rodeada de un entorno urbano precioso, edificad... read more »It is a nice bright, well-kept, very original styles and finishes, inside conveys peace, walkable after the altar and surrounded by a beautiful urban environment, built over a temple of the year 1515, now the 200-year-old neoclassical façade is made of stone, Gothic Revival 100 years inside is only 2 years of cement and ground glass domes and concrete. I emphasize a large Baroque altarpiece from the 16TH century Flanders, the pulpit of Italian marble from the 18TH century that is a jewel and various carvings and paintings of great value. They told me that it has a museum annex not yet opened to the public with the largest collection of Orthodox icons of Spain and a spectacular display of objects and religious garb dating from the conquest of the island in the 15TH century. The only thing negative that caught my attention is that its two front towers are not finished off with the cross, which I was told was removed some years ago and who inexplicably has not returned to place, what breaks a little exterior Assembly. If are in Tenerife not let of visiting it, you going to like.show original
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