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Impressive cathedral

A bit hidden in the small streets of Alghero you may 'stumble' upon this impressive cathedral... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
GuppeC
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Hulshout, Belgium
Impressive structure

Well worth a little time to look around, though far less lavish than the catherdrals and churches... read more

Reviewed 12 July 2018
paul w
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Stoke Lacy, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Smaller than most, it was still a pleasant 20 minutes spent walking around the cathedral. Restoration work was taking place when we visited, so we couldn’t access certain areas. Also it is free to enter.

Thank Suki W
Reviewed 1 week ago

A lovely place to visit and full of real treasures. Great for fifteen minutes walking round taking in all the beauty

Thank Sue H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A bit hidden in the small streets of Alghero you may 'stumble' upon this impressive cathedral. starting with the neoclassical entrance, the amount of marber, the pulpit and much more. Make a time to visit it, look at the different styles of / within the...More

Thank GuppeC
Reviewed 12 July 2018

Well worth a little time to look around, though far less lavish than the catherdrals and churches of mainland Italy. The building itself is not the most attractive from outside but falls into place inside with great sweeping arches and subsidiary altars.

Thank paul w
Reviewed 3 July 2018 via mobile

Very nice cathedral, we enjoyed walking around for a few minutes and getting out of the sun. Worth having a look.

Thank nicki_t_1987
Reviewed 3 June 2018

Atmospheric, as open but without lighting,. The orgaist was practising and I sat whilst a storm raged, anjoying the music, a dry place to sir, and the fantastic atmosphere. Well worth a visit.

Thank Richard W
Reviewed 11 May 2018

Indeed, people speak Catalan and still prefer to speak Spanish. That fisher village was discovered by the Genoese who made it a fortress. Then it was taken away by the Spanish after the union Aragon-Castille. Only in 1720 it went under the Savoy's house's possession....More

Thank srinivasan369
Reviewed 28 April 2018

This church dates back to 16th century. You will see different styles, both inside and outside. Interior is quite calm with marble altar and few chapels. Nice, colorful dome. We wanted to enter the tower but apparently it was closed with no information on opening...More

Thank KrisD_pl
Reviewed 7 November 2017

The Cathedral is right in the centre of the town and we must have walked passed it and not realised as it has huge modern looking columns and does not look anything like you would expect an old cathedral to be. The original Gothic doorway...More

Thank margareth700
Reviewed 4 October 2017

This is an amazing looking Spanish style cathedral with all the religious iconography that goes with it. Lovely statues and a sense of calm. Entrance is free so it is worth taking a look.

Thank SteveS1970
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