Catedral de Ávila - From Calle de los Leales, Spain

Catedral de Ávila - From Calle de los Leales, Spain
Catedral de Ávila - From Calle de los Leales, Spain
Catedral de Ávila is one of the oldest and most impressive cathedral in Spain located in the city of Ávila. It was built in the 12th century and is considered one of the few extant examples of the Gothic-Romanesque style. The cathedral's imposing façade is made of sandstone and granite. Inside the cathedral, the large central nave is flanked by four smaller aisles, with two rows of chapels dedicated to the Virgin Mary and Saint Peter. The cathedral is renowned for its ornate Gothic architectural features, which include its rose window, statue of the Virgin Mary, and multiple chapels. Visitors to the cathedral can also admire its collection of paintings, sculptures, and stained glass windows. The cathedral is a must-see for any traveler to Ávila, and is surely a memorable photographic experience.