Catedral de Santiago de Compostela

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The Santiago de Compostela Cathedral is a Roman Catholic church in the city of the same name. It is the reputed burial-place of Saint James the Greater and the destination of the Way of St. James. Construction of the present cathedral began in 1075, the last stone was laid in 1122 and was consecrated in 1128 in the presence of king Alfonso IX of Leon.
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This is a photo of a monument indexed in the Spanish heritage register of Bienes de Interés Cultural under the reference RI-51-0000072.

Camera location42° 52′ 51.27″ N, 8° 32′ 42.17″ W Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMapinfo
System-search.svgSee also: Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela (Interior), Torres da catedral de Santiago and Torre da Berenguela.

Galicia | Categoría Galicia 

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Vista xeral / Vista general[edit]

Fachada do Obradoiro / Fachada del Obradoiro[edit]

Outras fachadas / Otras fachadas[edit]

Torres da catedral de Santiago /Torres de la Catedral de Santiago[edit]

Torre de Berenguela[edit]


Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela (Interior)[edit]





System-search.svgSee also: Santiago de Compostela, Praza do Obradoiro, Zona monumental de Santiago de Compostela and Igrexas de Galicia.

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