The cathedral of Barcelona (complete name: Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia, "Catedral de la Santa Creu i Santa Eulalia" in Catalan) was built in Gothic style between 13th to 15th centuries. It is the seat of the Archbishop of Barcelona and is located in the historic centre of Barcelona, not far away from the waterfront. The cathedral is a beautiful example of the Catalan flavour of the Gothic architecture.

01 Tower 02 Tower 03 Portal 04 Statues of saints 05 Cathedral interior 06 Cathedral interior 07 Altar
08 Altar with statue of St Francis Xavier 09 Main altar 10 Gothic rib-vault ceiling 11 Stained glass windows 12 Roof detail
13 Gothic rib-vault ceiling 14 Pillars 15 Vault and stained glass windows 16 Stained glass windows 17 Nave 18 Cathedral interior
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