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Antigua Guatemala Cathedral (Spanish: Catedral de San José) is a Roman Catholic church in Antigua Guatemala, Guatemala. The original church was built around 1541, but suffered several earthquakes throughout its history, and the first church building was demolished in 1669. The cathedral was rebuilt and consecrated in 1680. By 1743 the cathedral was one of the largest in Central America. However, the devastating 1773 Guatemala earthquake seriously damaged much of the building, though the two towers at the front remained largely intact. These have undergone restoration work, and the cathedral has been partly rebuilt
It's an amazing city, full of tourists all the time, with culture and traditions that really exciting you!
Looking onto the plaza is this beautiful church.
This is a beautiful place to visit. A wedding was happening one day.
The decorations in the part that's still in use is not too exaggerated, quite beautiful. But definitely worth a visit is the part on the back (entrance on the right side!). There you can see how big this thing once was!
Beautiful piece of Architecture!
Cozy, fresh, tasty food, well served, good service. Highly recommended for lunch !
This cathedral has been destroyed and rebuilt again. According to the tales, at today it's smaller than hundred years ago.
Nice place to visit if you're traveling or even if you're just chillin'