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The Holy Cathedral of Segovia is a Catholic temple devoted to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary and San Frutos. During the Communions War (1520 – 1522) the Cathedral was destroyed, it was located in front of the Fortress. They decided to build a new...more
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This is a nice cathedral to visit but nothing spectacular. It has some pretty stained glass windows and a couple of interesting side chapels. The best views are outside looking at the Gothic architecture. The Renaissance dome in place of a Gothic spire is pretty...More
The cathedral sits off of Plaza Major and although you can drive to it, it is best seen on foot. It is probably the second most visited sight in Segovia and in many ways as impressive as the Aquaduct. It is 3 euros to go...More
We didn't have the time to go inside unfortunately, but I did walk past the cathedral, and like the rest of Segovia the architecture is stunning! I'd seen pictures of this before I visited Spain and I had to make sure I saw this. It's...More
This is well worth a visit. It costs about 3 Euro to visit, which isn't bad at all and worth it. It's a stunning cathedral on the inside and the outside! And because of the cost, it tends to thin out the potential crowds, though...More
If you only have a superficial knowledge of Segovia, I guess you´ve heard much more of the Aqueduct or its Alcázar than about its Cathedral, which seems a bit overshadowed in fame by the other two. That was my case, but I managed a fast...More