Cathedral of La Almudena
calle Calle de Bailén 10, 28013 Madrid Route Planner
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9am-8.30pm (Jul-Aug: 10am-9pm)


The cathedral of Nuestra Señora de la Almudena, whose construction lasted for over a century (the initial project dates from 1879), stands, next to the Royal palace, on Plaza de la Armería. It is depicted by a Neobaroque façade, in keeping with the style of the palace, while the interior is Neo-Gothic. It was consecrated by Pope John-Paul II in 1993.


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