Catedral de Salamanca - From La Clerecía, Spain
Catedral de Salamanca, also known as New Cathedral, is the most prominent landmark in the beautiful and stunning town of Salamanca, Spain. Constructed in the 16th century, the cathedral is a stunning example of Spanish Gothic architecture. The exterior is especially notable for its ornate carved details and pointed arches. The vivid sculptures and stained glass windows, and particularly the entrance with its impressive doorway, make the cathedral an architecturally magnificent sight. Inside, the highlight of the cathedral is its splendidly painted dome, filled with profusely painted and golden details. The altar is also an exquisite piece of Baroque art, an elaborate masterpiece of precious stones and sculptures. A visit to Catedral de Salamanca is sure to captivate and mesmerize any traveler.