Madrid Cathedral

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Madrid Cathedral

The Madrid Cathedral sits opposite the Royal Palace on the western side of the city but unlike the cathedral’s historic neighbour was only completed in 1990 though plans had been suggested for a cathedral since Madrid became the capital of Spain. To read why it took Madrid over 400 years to get a cathedral and to read the history please click here.

The Madrid cathedral is one of the most visited tourist attractions of the city with most tourists visiting after the Palace Real, to read a tourist guide to the Madrid cathedral please click here. The Madrid Cathedral was consecrated by Pope John Paul II in 1993.


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