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Churches generally called La Seu include:
- San Nicolas Cathedral, Alicante (Seu d'Alacant) in Alacant
- Alghero Cathedral (Seu de l'Alguer) in Sardinia
- Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia (Seu de Barcelona) in Barcelona
- Co-Cathedral of Saint Mary (Seu de Castelló) in Castelló de la Plana
- Ibiza Cathedral (Seu d'Eivissa)
- Cathedral of Saint Mary of Girona (Seu de Girona)
- Seu Nova of Lleida, (ca:Seu Nova de Lleida) the city's present cathedral, dedicated to Saint John the Baptist
- Seu Vella of Lleida, (Seu Vella de Lleida)) the city's former cathedral, dedicated to Saint Mary
- Cathedral of Saint Mary of Palma de Mallorca (Seu de Mallorca)
- Cathedral of Minorca (Seu de Menorca)
- Collegiate Basilica of Saint Mary (La Seu de Manresa) in Manresa
- Orihuela Cathedral (Seu d'Oriola)
- Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist (Seu de Perpinyà) in Perpignan
- Sant Feliu de Llobregat Cathedral, (Seu de Sant Feliu de Llobregat) dedicated to Saint Lawrence
- Cathedral of Saint Mary of Urgell (Seu de la Seu d'Urgell)
- Segorbe Cathedral (Seu de Sogorb)
- Cathedral of Saint Mary of Solsona (Seu de Solsona)
- Cathedral Basilica of Tarragona (Seu de Tarragona)).
- Cathedral of the Holy Spirit (Seu de Terrassa) in Terrassa.
- Tortosa Cathedral (Seu de Tortosa)
- Metropolitan Cathedral–Basilica of the Assumption of Our Lady of Valencia (Seu de València)
- Cathedral of Saint Peter (Seu de Vic) in Vic
- Collegiate Basilica of Xàtiva (La Seu de Xàtiva) in Xàtiva
- Town of La Seu d'Urgell, home to the Cathedral of Urgell and its bishop
- Neighborhood of la Seu in the old city of Valencia, located around the cathedral
See also 
- La Seo, the equivalent term in Aragonese, almost always used by Spanish-speakers to refer to the Cathedral of Saragossa.
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