The Cathedral

The Cadiz Cathedral is a Roman Catholic church built using money from trade between Spain and America. It is the bigger of two churches in Cadiz; the other church, Santiago church, stands across the square. Because the Cathedral took 116 to finish, you can see three distinct styles in the architecture. The base is in the originally intended Baroque style, then you can see some rococo elements, and finally you see neoclassical style at the top. After exploring the inside of the Cathedral, our group also walked up the tower to see a beautiful view of the city. (tip: wear comfortable shoes, I did not and regret it!)

View from the top of the tower
Ceiling in the Cathedral
In front of the Cathedral doors