The cathedral of Santa Creu and Santa Eulàlia is the gothic cathedral of Barcelona, the seat of the archbishopric of Barcelona. The cathedral was built during the thirteenth to fifteenth centuries in the same place where there was a Romanic cathedral, and even before one of the Paleo-Christian. The facade, neogothic style, is modern (nineteenth century).The building is a Site of Cultural Interest and, since November 2, 1929, National Artistic Historical Monument. The cathedral is dedicated to the Santa Cruz, its main invocation, and to Santa Eulàlia, patron saint of Barcelona.
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Address Pla de la Seu, s/n, 08002 Barcelona