The Cathedral of Saint Peter of Alcantara (Portuguese: Catedral de São Pedro de Alcântara), also known as the Cathedral of Petrópolis, is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Petrópolis, Brazil, dedicated to the city's patron saint, Peter of Alcantara. The cathedral is also the resting place of the last Emperor of Brazil, Dom Pedro II, and his family.
The construction on the Gothic Revival style church began in 1884, and was completed in 1925. The church tower was built in 1969.
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Bruno André | Aug 3, 2017
The cathedral is beautiful! It is worth a visit!
Lewis Maddock | Mar 29, 2017
Very interesting architecture, neo gothic influence. Remains of the late emperor D. Pedro II, his wife Teresa Cristina, his daughter Princess Isabel(who freed the slaves) and her husband Count D. (Gaston).
wender wisney moreira | Jul 3, 2017
Beautiful Catedral where you can visit and get a lot of information about the Monarchy in Brazil for free.
Davi Salles Silvestre | Aug 22, 2013
Victor Santiago | Apr 15, 2016
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