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Catedral de Pamplona, Pamplona

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Must see · Architectural Building · Church
Catedral de Pamplona, a breathtaking Roman Catholic cathedral, features a captivating crucifixion sculpture dating from the 16th century. Gold decor lines the side altars of this religious site, which was constructed in Neoclassical and Gothic styles. Check out the biggest church bell in use in Spain, which weighs 12 tons and is called “Maria.” Don’t miss the royal mausoleum, which holds the statues of kings or the crypt below, where the remains of royalty are buried.When you’re finished exploring, head to the museum, where you will find large collections of religious artwork, books, metalwork, and more. By using our Pamplona trip planner, you can arrange your visit to Catedral de Pamplona and other attractions in Pamplona.
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  • Paying for visiting an institution which receives (wide) financial support from the Spanish government is definitely despicable. You are not even allowed to take a brief look to the entrance.  more »
  • The cathedral and accompanying museum is an absolute “must see”... a great place to understand the history of this region in Spain  more »
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  • It’s Europe, there are lots of cathedrals and churches. This is a nice one. If you speak Spanish, the exhibition inside (there is a museum) is probably great. They have certainly designed it well, with state of the art architecture and technology. However it’s only in Spanish, so for us English speaking lot, pretty to look at, totally irrelevant experience however. Probably don’t bother if you have done churches in Europe already but if you visit, it’s nice.
  • Worth the entrance fee. Very interesting interior and a great museum showing the Cathedral excavations and its development over the years. I liked the holographic organist. The cloisters and refectory are being fully restored but you can still visit them.
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