Catedral de Jerez

Catedral de Jerez
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The Jerez Cathedral is a beautiful building from the 17th century which combines Gothic, Baroque and Neoclassical styles and stands above the earlier Great Mosque of Jerez and the old Church of El Salvador.

The chapels of La Inmaculada, El Sagrario and Las Ánimas stand out inside, the latter dedicated to the famous Cristo de la Viga, from the 14th century.

In the Cathedral Museum, amongst other paintings of interest, we find "La Virgen Niña" by Zurbarán and works by Juan Rodríguez “El Tahonero”.

The bell tower, which is outside, was possibly built over the minaret of the old mosque of Jerez de la Frontera.

From Monday to Saturday from 10.30 am. to 6.30 pm. Free visits: Sundays from 10.30 to 11.30 am.

General admission: €5 Check reduced prices for groups, students and accredited pensioners.

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Catedral de Jerez
Plaza Encarnación, s/n, 11403
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