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Santiago Cathedral (Spanish: Catedral de Santiago; Basque: Donejakue Katedrala) is a Roman Catholic church in the city of Bilbao. The temple was originally built during the 14th-15th centuries as Bilbao's main parish church, and was only declared cathedral in 1950 when the Roman Catholic Diocese of Bilbao was officially created. Its origins probably date to well before the foundation of the city in 1300, when Bilbao was little more than a small enclave of fishermen.
Fantastic piece of old Bilbao. The cloisters with its lemon trees is just so peaceful on the madness of the old town.
It's beautiful but I was expecting something more.
This church was not originally built to be a cathedral, and so retains some of the local parish essence. It is right in the middle of the old town, and the facade is not too ornate. There is a neat "porch" off to the side, where you can visualize towns people meeting and greeting. The interior is gothic, yet not too ornate. you do derive sense of quiet and calm
Belleza admirable. Beautiful place to visit and guided tours. Belle église!
Mean very mean ...iron fences all around
Lovely square in the heart of old town -Casco Viejo- in Bilbao
Good place but not free, entrance includes audio guide and access to another church.
You have to pay 5€...
A quiet and beautiful place with shops and walking all around.
Fabulous. Well above expectations