List of cathedrals in Spain

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This is a list of the 95 cathedrals in Spain, as defined by the National Plan of Cathedrals. It includes cathedrals, co-cathedrals, and some former cathedrals.[1] All of these temples are Roman Catholic, and cathedrals of other Christian denominations are listed separately below. A cathedral church is a Christian place of worship that is the chief church of a diocese and is distinguished as such by being the location for the cathedra or bishop's seat.[2] As this list limits itself to temples that hold this title, some famous churches of the country are not included here, notably Barcelona's Basilica of the Sagrada Família and Santa María del Mar, the Basilica of Covadonga, the Poblet Abbey, the Hermitage of El Rocío, or El Escorial and Guadalupe Monasteries.

Andalusia and Castile and León hold the largest concentration of cathedrals of all autonomous communities, with 13 each, followed by Catalonia, with 12. Conversely, Asturias, Cantabria and the autonomous city of Ceuta have only one. Several cities have more than one building called cathedral, although one may have lost the title, such as Lleida, Salamanca, or Vitoria-Gasteiz. In many cases, ecclesiastical provincess were designated several centuries before the current borders of political provinces. As a result, some archdioceses encompass several bits of different modern autonomous communities. The largest example of this is the Archdiocese of Pamplona and Tudela, having existed continuously at least since the 9th century,[3] now have suffragan dioceses in four different autonomous communities: Navarre, Aragón, Basque Country, and La Rioja.

Christianity arrived in the Iberian peninsula in Roman times, and some of the earliest cathedrals were built during the Visigothic Kingdom. Very few remains survive to this day, mostly as foundations of current cathedrals, as is the case with the ones in Barcelona and Palencia.[4] Following the gradual Reconquista from the Islamic Al-Andalus, new cathedrals were erected on the site of mosques, in the Romanesque style: Santiago de Compostela, Zamora and the Old Cathedral of Salamanca are some of the best examples from this period. The mudéjar style emerged in Castile, a mixture of the Islamic and Christian architectonic traditions that also reached Aragón and whose most celebrated example would be the Teruel Cathedral. At the same time, Gothic architecture arrived from France through the Way of Saint James and influenced many of the massive cathedrals found in the north, like Burgos and León, and was quickly adopted for those further south, as new territories were retaken, like the Toledo and Seville cathedrals, the latter being the largest Gothic church in the world.[5] A local Gothic style survived longer than in other countries, with Segovia and the New Cathedral of Salamanca being built well into the 16th century. Renaissance ideas were seen as foreign and old, but were ultimately used for, among others, the Granada Cathedral, the site of the last Islamic stronghold. By the 17th century, wealth from the Americas financed ornate Baroque architecture such as a new façade for Santiago de Compostela or the Cathedral-Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar in Zaragoza. In post-Gothic styles, Spanish cathedrals departed from the usual Latin-cross shape and developed more open designs. A handful of Spanish cathedrals contain details of modern architecture: the Almudena Cathedral in Madrid was not finished until 1993 and is an eclectic mixture of different reinterpretations of historical styles.[6]

Today the Spanish cathedrals are major landmarks in their cities, and draw visitors from around the world each year, contributing significantly to the country's tourism. The Santiago de Compostela Cathedral has been an important religious pilgrimage site for centuries, and in 2017 received a record 2.6 million visitors.[7] 24 of these cathedrals have been declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites, either by themselves, like Burgos, or as part of a larger site, generally including the surrounding old town area, as is the case with San Cristóbal de La Laguna or Ibiza. Moreover, all but two of them are protected monuments of national cultural interest.[1][a]

List of Roman Catholic Cathedrals[edit]

Bold indicates seat of an archdiocese.

  Denotes "significant historical cathedral"[8] that no longer is the seat of a cathedra.
Name[b] Dedication City Autonomous
community
Diocese Ecclesiastical province Year[c] Height[d] Notes Image
Metropolitan Cathedral Basilica of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia
Catedral Basílica Metropolitana de la Santa Creu i Santa Eulàlia
Catedral Basílica Metropolitana de la Santa Cruz y Santa Eulalia
Holy Cross and Eulalia of Barcelona Barcelona  Catalonia Barcelona Barcelona 1058[e] 70 m[10] Barcelona Cathedral Saint Eulalia.jpg
Cathedral of Saint Lawrence
Catedral de Sant Llorenç
Catedral de San Lorenzo
Saint Lawrence Sant Feliu de Llobregat  Catalonia Sant Feliu de Llobregat Barcelona 2004[11] 40 m[12] Sant Feliu de Llobregat - Catedral de Sant Llorenç, interior 07.jpg
Cathedral Basilica of the Holy Spirit
Catedral Basílica del Sant Esperit
Catedral Basílica del Espíritu Santo
Holy Spirit Terrassa  Catalonia Terrassa Barcelona 2004[13] 48 m[14] D090 Catedral del Sant Esperit.jpg
Metropolitan Cathedral Basilica of Saint Mary
Catedral Basílica Metropolitana de Santa María
Mary, mother of Jesus Burgos  Castile and León Burgos Burgos 1260[15] 79 m[16] World Heritage Logo global.svg UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984, the first temple to be declared so.[17] Catedral de Santa María de Burgos - 03.jpg
Cathedral Basilica of Saint James
Done Jakue Katedral Basilikoa
Catedral Basílica de Santiago
James the Great Bilbao  Basque Country Bilbao Burgos 1955[18] 64 m[19] World Heritage Logo global.svg UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015, as part of the Routes of Santiago de Compostela: Camino Francés and Routes of Northern Spain.[20] Catedral de Santiago (Bilbao). Nave central.jpg
Cathedral of the Assumption of Mary
Catedral de la Asunción de María
Assumption of Mary El Burgo de Osma  Castile and León Osma-Soria Burgos 1272[21] 72 m[22] Osma 2021 - south facade.jpg
Cathedral of Saint Antoninus
Catedral de San Antolín
Antoninus of Pamiers Palencia  Castile and León Palencia Burgos 1897[f] 43 m[24] Third largest in total area in Spain.[24] Catedral de San Antolín de Palencia - 01.jpg
Co-Cathedral of Saint Peter
Concatedral de San Pedro
Saint Peter Soria  Castile and León Osma-Soria Burgos 1959[25] Stills keep the older, Romanesque, cloister from the 12th century from a previous church that fell down around 1543. It was replaced with the current, Gothic building.[26] Soria 2021 - façade.jpg
Cathedral of Saint Mary
Santa Maria Katedrala
Catedral de Santa María
Mary, mother of Jesus Vitoria-Gasteiz  Basque Country Vitoria Burgos 1863[27] 60 m[28] World Heritage Logo global.svg UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015, as part of the Routes of Santiago de Compostela: Camino Francés and Routes of Northern Spain.[20] Commonly known as the "Old cathedral". Gasteiz 2021 - main façade.jpg
Cathedral of Mary Immaculate
Maria Sortzez Garbiaren Katedrala
Catedral de María Inmaculada
Immaculate Conception Vitoria-Gasteiz  Basque Country Vitoria Burgos 1969[29] 35 m[30] Commonly known as the "New cathedral". Second largest cathedral in Spain, by area, after Seville.[29] Vitoria 2021 - main façade.jpg
Metropolitan Cathedral Basilica of the Incarnation
Catedral Basílica Metropolitana de la Encarnación
Incarnation Granada  Andalusia Granada Granada 1946[g] 57 m[32] The Royal Chapel is an early annex that is the burial place of the Catholic Monarchs. Andalucía Granada Catedral1 tango7174.jpg
Cathedral of the Incarnation
Catedral de la Encarnación
Incarnation Almería  Andalusia Almería Granada 1551[33] Only fortress-style cathedral in Spain.[34] Iglesia catedral de la encarnación.jpg
Cathedral of the Nativity of our Lady
Catedral de la Natividad de Nuestra Señora
Nativity of Mary Baeza  Andalusia Jaen Granada 1227[35] 50 m[36] World Heritage Logo global.svg UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2003, as part of the Renaissance Monumental Ensembles of Úbeda and Baeza.[37] Was the seat of the cathedra between 1227 and 1249, when it was moved to Jaen. Baeza Catedral de la Natividad de Nuestra Señora nave central.jpg
Church of the Assumption of Our Lady
Iglesia Mayor de la Asunción de Nuestra Señora
Incarnation Baza  Andalusia Guadix Granada Held the rank of Co-Cathedral until 1851.[38] Bazaiglesias.JPG
Cathedral of Saint Mary
Catedral de Santa María
Mary, mother of Jesus Cartagena  Murcia Cartagena Granada 1250[39] Held the seat of the diocese until 1289, when it was moved to Murcia.[40] Heavily bombed during the Spanish Civil War, it lays in ruins since 1936.[41] In 1988, a Roman theatre was discovered under it.[42] Cartagena 2022 - main.jpg
Cathedral of the Incarnation
Catedral de la Encarnación
Incarnation Guadix  Andalusia Guadix Granada 30 m[43] Catedral guadix2.jpg
Cathedral of the Assumption
Catedral de la Asunción
Assumption of Mary Jaen  Andalusia Jaén Granada 1660[44] 32 m Only cathedral surrounded by balconies.[45] Jaén-Catedral de la Asunción VPSM-20110919 (cropped).jpg
Cathedral Basilica of the Incarnation
Catedral Basílica de la Encarnación
Incarnation Malaga  Andalusia Malaga Granada 1768[46] 87 m[47] Cathedral de la Encarnación Málaga.jpg
Cathedral of Saint Mary
Catedral de Santa María
Mary, mother of Jesus Murcia  Murcia Cartagena Granada 1467[48] 95 m[49] Murcia 2022 - West facade 1.jpg
Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint Mary the Royal of La Almudena
Catedral Metropolitana de Santa Maria la Real de la Almudena
Virgin of Almudena Madrid  Madrid Madrid Madrid 1993[50] 75 m[51] Only catedral in Spain and first one outside Rome to be consecrated by a pope.[52] Almudena 2022 - overview.jpg
Magistral Cathedral of Saint Justus and Saint Pastor
Catedral Magistral de los Santos Justo y Pastor
Justus and Pastor Alcala de Henares  Madrid Alcala de Henares Madrid 1991[53] 62 m[54] World Heritage Logo global.svg UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1998, as part of the University and Historic Precinct of Alcalá de Henares.[55] Only church together with Saint Peter's of Leuven to have the rank of Magistral, as their canons are required to be doctors in Theology.[56] Alcala 2022 - façade west.jpg
Cathedral of Saint Mary Magdalene
Catedral de Santa María Magdalena
Mary Magdalene Getafe  Madrid Getafe Madrid 1995[57] Getafe Cathedral 2021 - Interior.jpg
Collegiate of Saint Isidore the Royal
Colegiata de san Isidro el Real
Isidore the Laborer Madrid  Madrid - Madrid 1885 Pro-cathedral of Madrid between 1885 and 1993.[58] Main facade of the Colegiata de San Isidro 2022.jpg
Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist
Catedral Metropolitana de San Juan Bautista
John the Baptist Badajoz  Extremadura Mérida-Badajoz Mérida-Badajoz 1276[59] 41 m[59] Badajoz, Catedral 122-2.jpg
Metropolitan Co-Cathedral of Saint Mary the Major
Concatedral Metropolitana de Santa María la Mayor
Mary, mother of Jesus Mérida  Extremadura Mérida-Badajoz Mérida-Badajoz 2006[h] Catedral de Mérida desde la Plaza de España.jpg
Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption
Catedral de Santa María de la Asunción
Assumption of Mary Coria  Extremadura Coria-Cáceres Mérida-Badajoz Catedral de Coria. Cáceres.jpg
Co-Cathedral of Saint Mary
Concatedral de Santa María
Mary, mother of Jesus Cáceres  Extremadura Coria-Cáceres Mérida-Badajoz 1957[61] Concatedral de Caceres.JPG
Cathedral of the Assumption of our Lady
Catedral de la Asunción de Nuestra Señora
Assumption of Mary Plasencia  Extremadura Plasencia Mérida-Badajoz 1578[62] 26 m[63] A complex of two cathedrals, an old and a new one, both unfinished and adjacent to each other.[64] J29 052 Catedral vieja y nueva.jpg
Metropolitan Cathedral Basilica of the Holy Saviour
Catedral Metropolitana Basílica de San Salvador
Jesus as Saviour Oviedo  Asturias Oviedo Oviedo 821[65] 80 m[66] World Heritage Logo global.svg UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1998, as part of Monuments of Oviedo and the Kingdom of the Asturias.[67] Cathedral of Oviedo 2021 - exterior.jpg
Cathedral of Saint Mary
Catedral de Santa María
Mary, mother of Jesus Astorga  Castile and León Astorga Oviedo 1069[68] 60 m World Heritage Logo global.svg UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015, as part of the Routes of Santiago de Compostela: Camino Francés and Routes of Northern Spain.[20] Astorga Cathedral Façade.jpg
Cathedral of Saint Mary
Catedral de Santa María
Mary, mother of Jesus León  Castile and León León Oviedo 1303[69] 68 m[70] World Heritage Logo global.svg UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015, as part of the Routes of Santiago de Compostela: Camino Francés and Routes of Northern Spain.[20] León Cathedral 2021.jpg
Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption
Catedral de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción
Assumption of Mary Santander  Cantabria Santander Oviedo 1754[71] Santander Cathedral 2021 - exterior panoramic.jpg
Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption
Catedral Metropolitana de Santa María de la Asunción
Assumption of Mary Pamplona  Navarre Pamplona and Tudela Pamplona and Tudela 1127[72] Pamplona 2022 - west facade front.jpg
Cathedral of Saint Mary the Major
Catedral de Santa María la Mayor
Mary, mother of Jesus Tudela  Navarre Pamplona and Tudela Pamplona and Tudela 1782[73] 50 m[74] Tudela 2021 - Juicio.jpg
Cathedral of Saint Mary
Catedral de Santa María
Mary, mother of Jesus Calahorra  La Rioja Calahorra and La Calzada-Logroño Pamplona and Tudela Calahorra 2021 - main façade.jpg
Co-Cathedral of Saint Mary of La Redonda
Concatedral de Santa María de la Redonda
Mary, mother of Jesus Logroño  La Rioja Calahorra and La Calzada-Logroño Pamplona and Tudela 1959[75] 58 m[75] Logroño 2021 - main façade.jpg
Cathedral of Saint Peter
Seu de Sant Per
Catedral de San Pedro
Saint Peter Jaca  Aragón Jaca Pamplona and Tudela 1139[76] Jaca, Catedral de San Pedro-PM 32162.jpg
Cathedral of the Saviour and Saint Mary
Catedral del Salvador y Santa María
Jesus as Saviour and Mary, mother of Jesus Santo Domingo de la Calzada  La Rioja Calahorra and La Calzada-Logroño Pamplona and Tudela 1232[77] 70 m[78] World Heritage Logo global.svg UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015, as part of the Routes of Santiago de Compostela: Camino Francés and Routes of Northern Spain.[20] Sto Domingo Calzada 2021 - west facade 2.jpg
Cathedral of the Good Shepherd
Artzain Onaren Katedrala
Catedral del Buen Pastor
Good Shepherd San Sebastián  Basque Country San Sebastian Pamplona and Tudela 1953[79] 75[80] Catedral del Buen Pastor (9225828442).jpg
Metropolitan Cathedral Basilica of Saint James the Apostle
Catedral Basilica Metropolitana de Santiago
Catedral Basílica Metropolitana de Santiago
James the Great Santiago de Compostela  Galicia Santiago de Compostela Santiago de Compostela 1211[81][82] 76 m World Heritage Logo global.svg UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985, as part of the site Santiago de Compostela (Old Town).[83] Traditionally regarded as the burial place of the apostle James the Great, and the subject of pilgrimage for centuries. Depicted on Spanish 1, 2 and 5 Euro cent coins.[84] Santiago cathedral 2021.jpg
Co-Cathedral of Saint Julian
Concatedral de San Xiao
Concatedral de San Julián
Julian of Antioch Ferrol  Galicia Mondoñedo-Ferrol Santiago de Compostela 1959[85] Ferrol - Concatedral de San Julián (San Xiao) 01.JPG
Cathedral of Saint Mary
Catedral de Santa María
Mary, mother of Jesus Lugo  Galicia Lugo Santiago de Compostela World Heritage Logo global.svg UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015, as part of the Routes of Santiago de Compostela: Camino Francés and Routes of Northern Spain.[20] Catedral de Santa Maria, Lugo.jpg
Cathedral Basilica of the Virgin of the Assumption
Catedral Basílica da Virxe da Asunción
Catedral Basílica de la Virgen de la Asunción
Assumption of Mary Mondoñedo  Galicia Mondoñedo-Ferrol Santiago de Compostela 1246[86] 35 m[87] World Heritage Logo global.svg UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015, as part of the Routes of Santiago de Compostela: Camino Francés and Routes of Northern Spain.[20] Mondoñedo cathedral 2021.jpg
Cathedral of Saint Martin
Catedral de San Martiño
Catedral de San Martín
Martin of Tours Ourense  Galicia Ourense Santiago de Compostela 1188[88] 28 m[89] Ourense cathedral 2021 - west façade.jpg
Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption
Catedral de Santa María da Asunción
Catedral de Santa María de la Asunción
Assumption of Mary Tui  Galicia Tui-Vigo Santiago de Compostela 1225[90] Cathedral of Tui 2021 - exterior.jpg
Co-Cathedral Basílica of Saint Mary
Basílica Concatedral de Santa María de Vigo
Mary, mother of Jesus Vigo  Galicia Tui-Vigo Santiago de Compostela 1959[91] Co-cathedral of Vigo 2021 - exterior.jpg
Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See
Catedral de Santa María de la Sede
Mary, mother of Jesus Seville  Andalusia - Seville 1507[92] 96 m[93] World Heritage Logo global.svg UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987, as part of the site Cathedral, Alcázar and Archivo de Indias in Seville.[94] Largest gothic cathedral in the world.[93] Sevilla 2022 - main nave.jpg
Cathedral of the Holy Cross over the Waters
Catedral de la Santa Cruz sobre las Aguas
Holy Cross Cadiz  Andalusia Cadiz and Ceuta Seville 1838[95] 56 m[96] Catedral de Cádiz, España, 2015-12-08, DD 56.JPG
Church of the Holy Cross
Iglesia de la Santa Cruz
Holy Cross Cadiz  Andalusia Cadiz and Ceuta Seville 1602[97] Also known as the Old Cathedral of Cadiz. Seat of the diocese between 1602 and 1838. PM 100742 E Cadiz.jpg
Cathedral of the Assumption
Catedral de la Asunción
Assumption of Mary Ceuta  Ceuta Cadiz and Ceuta Seville 1726 Catedral de Ceuta, Ceuta, España, 2015-12-10, DD 04.JPG
Cathedral of the Assumption of our Lady
Catedral de la Asunción de Nuestra Señora
Assumption of Mary Cordoba  Andalusia Cordoba Seville 1236[98] 54 m[99] World Heritage Logo global.svg UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984, extended in 1994 as Historic Centre of Cordoba.[100] Better known as the Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba.[101] Mezquita de Córdoba desde el aire (Córdoba, España).jpg
Cathedral of our Lady of Mercy
Catedral de Nuestra Señora de la Merced
Mary, mother of Jesus Huelva  Andalusia Huelva Seville 1953[102] Huelva-01-3 8v c-catedral.jpg
Cathedral of the Holy Saviour
Catedral de San Salvador
Jesus as Saviour Jerez de la Frontera  Andalusia Asidonia-Jerez Seville 1980[103] 40 m[104] Catedral de Jerez.jpg
Cathedral Basilica of Saint Anne
Catedral Basílica de Santa Ana
Saint Anne Las Palmas  Canary Islands Canarias Seville 1871[105] 20 m Catedral Santa Ana.jpg
Cathedral of Our Lady of the Remedies
Catedral de Nuestra Señora de los Remedios
Virgin of Los Remedios San Cristóbal de La Laguna  Canary Islands San Cristóbal de La Laguna Seville 1819[106] 41 m World Heritage Logo global.svg UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999 as part of the site San Cristóbal de La Laguna.[107] La Laguna 2022 - main facade.jpg
Metropolitan and Primatial Cathedral Basilica of Saint Thecla
Catedral Basílica Metropolitana i Primada de Santa Tecla
Catedral Basílica Metropolitana y Primada de Santa Tecla
Thecla Tarragona  Catalonia - Tarragona 1331[108] 70 m[109] Catedral Tarragona façane 0001.jpg
Cathedral of Saint Mary
Catedral de Santa Maria
Catedral de Santa María
Mary, mother of Jesus Girona  Catalonia Girona Tarragona 1038[110] 67 m[15] Widest gothic nave in the world at 23 m.[15] Girona Cathedral 2020.jpg
Cathedral of Saint Mary
Catedral de Santa Maria
Catedral de Santa María
Mary, mother of Jesus La Seu d'Urgell  Catalonia Urgell Tarragona 1040[i] The town itself incorporated the cathedral to its name, being seo an alternate Latin name for cathedral church. Its bishop is one of the co-Princes of Andorra, ruling since 988.[112] Catedral de La Seu d´Urgell.jpg
Old Cathedral of Lleida
La Seu Vella de Lleida
Catedral de la Seo Vieja
Mary, mother of Jesus Lleida  Catalonia Lleida Tarragona 1278[113] 60 m[114] In 1707, during the War of the Spanish Succession, king Philip V of Spain took the city and later ordered the destruction of the cathedral. The order never took place, but the cathedral was transformed into barracks and it never had a religious use since then.[115] LleidaSeu20030605.jpg
Cathedral of the Assumption
Catedral de l'Assumpció
Catedral de la Asunción
Assumption of Mary Lleida  Catalonia Lleida Tarragona 1790[116] Commonly known as the New Cathedral of Lleida. PM 013013 E Lleida.jpg
Collegiate Basilica of Saint Mary of the Dawn
Col·legiata Basílica de Santa Maria de l'Alba
Colegiata Basílica de Santa María de la Aurora
Mary, mother of Jesus Manresa  Catalonia Vic Tarragona 1592[j] 50 m[118] Commonly known as La Seu de Manresa. Seu de Manresa.JPG
Cathedral of Saint Mary
Catedral de Santa Maria
Catedral de Santa María
Mary, mother of Jesus Solsona  Catalonia Solsona Tarragona 1593[119] 35 m[119] Catedral Solsona Catalonia.jpg
Cathedral of Saint Mary
Catedral de Santa Maria
Catedral de Santa María
Mary, mother of Jesus Tortosa  Catalonia Tortosa Tarragona 1441[120] Tortosa (5).jpg
Cathedral of Saint Peter
Catedral de Sant Pere
Catedral de San Pedro
Saint Peter Vic  Catalonia Vic Tarragona 1803[121] 46 m[122] Catedral de Sant Pere de Vic - 001.jpg
Primatial Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption
Catedral Primada de Santa María de la Asunción
Assumption of Mary Toledo  Castile-La Mancha - Toledo 1493[123] 93 m[124] World Heritage Logo global.svg UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1986 as part of the site Historic City of Toledo.[125] Since 1088, it holds the honorific title of Primatial, granted by Urban II, establishing a higher rank over the rest in the Iberian Peninsula.[126] Toledo Cathedral 2018.jpg
Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist
Catedral de San Juan Bautista
John the Baptist Albacete  Castile-La Mancha Albacete Toledo 1955[127] Albacete Cathedral 2021 - west façade.jpg
Holy Priory Church Cathedral Basilica of the Military Orders of Our Lady Saint Mary of the Prado
Santa Iglesia Prioral de las Órdenes Militares Basílica Catedral de Nuestra Señora Santa María del Prado
Mary, mother of Jesus Ciudad Real  Castile-La Mancha Ciudad Real Toledo 1981[128] 62 m[129] Since 1875 it holds the title of priory of the military orders of Santiago, Alcántara, Calatrava and Montesa.[130] Ciudad Real 2022 - west façade.jpg
Cathedral of Saint Mary and Saint Julian
Catedral de Santa María y San Julián
Mary, mother of Jesus and Julian of Cuenca Cuenca  Castile-La Mancha Cuenca Toledo 1196[131] 36 m[132] World Heritage Logo global.svg UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996 as part of the site Historic Walled Town of Cuenca. It is considered the first gothic cathedral in Spain.[133] Cuenca Cathedral 2020.jpg
Co-Cathedral of Saint Mary the Major
Concatedral de Santa María la Mayor
Mary, mother of Jesus Guadalajara  Castile-La Mancha Sigüenza-Guadalajara Toledo 1959[134] Guadalajara 2022 - west façade.jpg
Cathedral of Saint Mary
Catedral de Santa María
Mary, mother of Jesus Sigüenza  Castile-La Mancha Sigüenza-Guadalajara Toledo 1169[135] 42 m Catedral2-rectangular.jpg
Cathedral-Basilica of the Assumption of our Lady
Catedral Basílica L'Assumpció de la Nostra Senyora<bt>Catedral-Basílica de la Asunción de Nuestra Señora
Assumption of Mary Valencia  Valencian Community - Valencia 1238[136] 70 m[137] Claims to house the Holy Grail since 1437.[138] Catedral de Valencia, Valencia, España, 2014-06-30, DD 160.JPG
Co-Cathedral of Saint Nicholas of Bari
Cocatedral de Sant Nicolau de Bari
Concatedral de San Nicolás de Bari
Saint Nicholas Alicante  Valencian Community Orihuela-Alicante Valencia 1959[139] 45 m[140] Alicante Cocathedral 2021 - west façade.jpg
Co-Cathedral of Saint Mary
Cocatedral de Santa Maria
Concatedral de Santa María
Mary, mother of Jesus Castellón de la Plana  Valencian Community Segorbe-Castellón Valencia 1961[141] 58 m[142] Façana de la cocatedral de santa Maria de Castelló.JPG
Cathedral Basilica of Saint Mary
Catedral Basilica de Santa Maria
Catedral Basílica de Santa María
Mary, mother of Jesus Ciutadella  Balearic Islands Menorca Valencia 1795[143] 23 m[143] Menorca 2022 - west façade.jpg
Cathedral of Our Lady of the Snows
Catedral de la Verge de les Neus
Catedral de Nuestra Señora de las Nieves
Our Lady of the Snows Ibiza  Balearic Islands Ibiza Valencia 1782[144] 18 m[145] World Heritage Logo global.svg UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999 as part of the site Ibiza, Biodiversity and Culture.[133] Eivissako katedrala.jpg
Cathedral of the Saviour and Saint Mary
Catedral del Salvador i Santa Maria
Catedral del Salvador y Santa María
Jesus as Saviour and Mary, mother of Jesus Orihuela  Valencian Community Orihuela-Alicante Valencia 1510[146] 28 m[147] Orihuela 2022 - west facade.jpg
Cathedral Basilica of Saint Mary
Catedral Basilica de Santa Maria
Catedral Basílica de Santa María
Mary, mother of Jesus Palma  Balearic Islands Majorca Valencia 1601[148] 44 m[149] Its gothic rose window is the largest in the world, at 13 m.[150] Mallorca - Kathedrale von Palma2.jpg
Cathedral of the Assumption of Our Lady
Catedral de Santa Maria de l'Assumpció
Catedral de la Asunción de la Virgen
Assumption of Mary Segorbe  Valencian Community Segorbe-Castellón Valencia 1534[151] 36 m[152] Basílica Catedral de la Asunción (Segorbe). Iglesia.jpg
Cathedral of our Lady of the Assumption
Catedral de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción
Assumption of Mary Valladolid  Castile and León - Valladolid 1668[153] 69 m Valladolid - Catedral.jpg
Cathedral of the Saviour
Catedral del Salvador
Jesus as Saviour Ávila  Castile and León Ávila Valladolid World Heritage Logo global.svg UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985 as part of the site Old Town of Ávila with its Extra-Muros Churches.[154] Avila Catedral PM 73576 E.jpg
Cathedral of Saint Mary
Catedral de Santa María
Mary, mother of Jesus Ciudad Rodrigo  Castile and León Ciudad Rodrigo Valladolid 1160[15] Catedral3.JPG
Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See
Catedral de Santa María de la Sede
Mary, mother of Jesus Salamanca  Castile and León Salamanca Valladolid World Heritage Logo global.svg UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988 as part of the site Old City of Salamanca.[155] Better known as the Old Cathedral. Capilla mayor de la Catedral Vieja de Salamanca.jpg
Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin
Catedral de la Asunción de la Virgen
Assumption of Mary Salamanca  Castile and León Salamanca Valladolid 1733[156] 110 m[157] World Heritage Logo global.svg UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988 as part of the site Old City of Salamanca.[155] Better known as the New Cathedral. Cattedrale Nuova Salamanca 02.JPG
Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption and of Saint Fructus
Catedral de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción y de San Frutos
Assumption of Mary and Saint Fructus Segovia  Castile and León Segovia Valladolid 1768[158] 88 m[159] World Heritage Logo global.svg UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985 as part of the site Old Town of Segovia and its Aqueduct.[160] Catedral de Santa María de Segovia - 01.jpg
Cathedral of the Saviour
Catedral del Salvador
Jesus as Saviour Zamora  Castile and León Zamora Valladolid 1174[161] 37 m Zamora cathedral 2021 - north façade.jpg
Cathedral of the Saviour
Catedral del Salvador
Jesus as Saviour Zaragoza  Aragón - Zaragoza 1318[162] 90 m[163] World Heritage Logo global.svg UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1986 as part of the site Mudéjar architecture of Aragon.[164] La Seo-Zaragoza - P1410404.jpg
Cathedral-Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar
Catedral Basílica de Nuestra Señora del Pilar
Our Lady of the Pillar Zaragoza  Aragón - Zaragoza 1676[165] 92 m[166] With an estimated 5 million visitors in 2015, it's one of the most visited monuments in Spain.[167] WLM - 2020 - Catedral-basílica de Nuestra Señora del Pilar - 02.jpg
Cathedral of the Saviour
Catedral del Salvador
Jesus as Saviour Albarracín  Aragón Teruel and Albarracín Zaragoza 1600 WLM14ES - 09062012 185305 ALB 2048 - .jpg
Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption
Catedral de Santa María de la Asunción
Assumption of Mary Barbastro  Aragón Barbastro-Monzón Zaragoza 1571[168] 50 m[169] Catedral de Barbastro (Huesca). Interior.jpg
Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Romeral
Catedral de Santa María del Romeral
Mary, mother of Jesus Monzón  Aragón Barbastro-Monzón Zaragoza 1995[170] Also known as Monzón Co-Cathedral. Monzón - Catedral de Santa María del Romeral 12.jpg
Cathedral of the Transfiguration of the Lord
Catedral de la Transfiguración del Señor
Transfiguration of Jesus Huesca  Aragón Huesca Zaragoza Also known as Cathedral of Saint Mary. Huesca - Catedral, exterior 09.jpg
Cathedral of Saint Vincent Martyr
Catedral de San Vicente Mártir
Vincent of Saragossa Roda de Isábena  Aragón Barbastro-Monzón Zaragoza 1030[171] Held the seat until 1149, when it moved to the recently conquered Lleida. Regarded as the oldest Cathedral in Aragón.[172] The town, with approximately 60 inhabitants in 2016, is the smallest one in Spain to have a cathedral building.[173] RodaIsavena-catedralRoda-3346FUL.jpg
Cathedral of Saint Mary of La Huerta
Catedral de Santa María de la Huerta
Mary, mother of Jesus Tarazona  Aragón Tarazona Zaragoza 1235[174] 45 m[175] Reopened in 2011 after a 30-year renovation that rediscovered a set of al fresco paintings from the 1540s showing nude mythological creatures, a unique feature for a cathedral in Europe.[176] Tarazona 2021 - façade.jpg
Cathedral of Saint Mary of Mediavilla
Catedral de Santa María de Mediavilla
Mary, mother of Jesus Teruel  Aragón Teruel and Albarracín Zaragoza 1587[177] 46 m World Heritage Logo global.svg UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1986 as part of the site Mudéjar architecture of Aragon.[164] Catedral, Teruel, España, 2014-01-10, DD 62.JPG
Cathedral of the Armed Forces
Catedral de las Fuerzas Armadas
Sacrament Madrid  Madrid - Military Archbishopric of Spain 1985[178] Exterior of the Iglesia Arzobispal Castrense 2022.jpg

Anglican[edit]

The Cathedral of the Spanish Reformed Episcopal Church:

Eastern Orthodox[edit]

Cathedrals of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople:

Cathedrals of the Romanian Orthodox Church:

Cathedrals of the Russian Orthodox Church

  • Cathedral of Saint Mary Magdalene in Madrid

See also[edit]

Explanatory notes[edit]

  1. ^ The two excluded ones are Sant Feliu de Llobregat and Terrassa cathedrals, both located near Barcelona.
  2. ^ Official names are used when available, with cities added for disambiguation. Common or popular names are listed on the Notes column.
  3. ^ Year of consecration as a cathedral. This may not reflect the actual age or completion of the building, which can be several centuries older. The latest consecration year known for the current building is used. In some cases, older cathedrals where functioning on the same site, but those buildings were demolished, destroyed or replaced.
  4. ^ Maximum documented height, usually to the top of a bell tower or spire, but also the top of the nave.
  5. ^ Consecretion of the Romanesque cathedral. The latter, Gothic building was never formally consecrated, as it was considered a "significant extension" but not a new cathedral.[9]
  6. ^ Formally consecrated in 1897 after lack of evidence that it was done before.[23]
  7. ^ Even though the Cathedral has been active since 1561, it was formally consecrated on 1946 as it was suspected that it has never been so.[31]
  8. ^ Formally consecrated in 2006, after lack of evidence that it was done so in 1994, after it was elevated co-cathedral of the archdiocese.[60]
  9. ^ Consecretion year of the third of the four cathedrals that were erected here. The current building, started in 1116 by Bishop Ot remains in many aspects, unfinished.[111]
  10. ^ "On August 13, 1592, Clement VIII decreed the secularization of Manresa’s canonical, making it a collegiate church dependent on the bishopric of Vic but with a certain character of a diocesan cathedral. A couple of papal documents – a copy of Clement VIII and a brief from Pope Innocent X – were required to declare that none of the qualities, jurisdictions, dignities or benefits of the suppressed canonical disappeared with their transformation into a secular collegiate church, the main dignity that corresponded to the Paborde."[117]

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