Cathedral of St. Peter the Apostle, commonly called the San Pedro Sula Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic church in San Pedro Sula, Honduras.
Location [ edit ]
The cathedral is located on a block along
Boulevard Morazan in San Pedro Sula,  situated between 2 Avenida SE and 3 Avenida SO, with its rear on 2 Calle SE.  Next to it is a public park called  Parque Central.  
History [ edit ]
The cathedral was built in 1949.
It was designed in the  Mission Revival architectural style by architect José Francisco Zalazar. It is named for Saint Peter. It is one of the main cathedrals in Honduras, where most of the population is Roman Catholic. 
Lonely Planet, it features "high, pale-yellow walls and pillars, and an even higher central cupola." It is decorated with hand-carved wooden statues and religious paintings of Saints.  
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ a b c d Gary Chandler, Liza Prado, Honduras & the Bay Islands, Lonely Planet, 2007, p. 129 
^ a b Google Map
^ a b Carolyn McCarthy, Greg Benchwick, Joshua Samuel Brown, Alex Egerton, Matthew D Firestone, Kevin Raub, Tom Spurling, Lucas Vidgen, Central America on a shoestring, Lonely Planet, 2010, p. 364 
^ Christine Zuchora-Walske, Honduras in Pictures, Minneapolis, Minnesota: Twenty-First Century Books, 2009, p. 80