Ferrol Co-Cathedral

Ferrol, Spain

Ferrol Co-Cathedral was erected in the 18th-century, designed by Julián Sánchez Bort, who based his Neoclassical design on the church of Sant'Andrea delle Fratte in Rome. The church was made co-cathedral along with the Cathedral of Mondoñedo in 1959.



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Rúa Igrexa 104, Ferrol, Spain
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Founded: 1766-1772
Category: Religious sites in Spain

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Jörge (13 months ago)
Neoclassical Catholic temple built between 1766 and 1872 on the remains of the old Romanesque church and designed by the architect Julián Sánchez Bort. The plan of the temple is a Greek cross, organized around a central dome supported by Ionic pillars with naves covered by cylindrical vaults, and with its four corners with chapels covered by vaults. The main façade is made up of two superimposed bodies, with two towers on both sides. By bull of Juan XXIII in 1959 it reached the category of co-cathedral of the Mondoñedo-Ferrol diocese
Ángel Cartelle (2 years ago)
Jose Vicente Pons Pons (2 years ago)
Impressive work of architecture, it is a temple with beautiful carvings and reflects a beautiful splendor, it is very bright and at the same time very solemn, frankly charming from the artistic point of view, and from the spiritual point of view it is brand new, to enter it, It already gives a feeling of peace and security at the same time, in short, for those who visit the city it is a highly recommended point and cannot be overlooked.
leocascon (3 years ago)
Small for a Co-Cathedral, but pretty
Ana Gonzalez (3 years ago)
Spiritual and emotional ??‍?‍???
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