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Cathedral of Albacete

The Church of San Juan became Albacete’s Cathedral in 1949.

Its construction began in the XVI Century with a clear Renaissance approach, replacing a previous Gothic style temple.

As a result it is a very typical and peculiar building: four jonic columns with grooved shafts; ancient gothic groin vault destroyed at some point and replaced, up to now, by baroque ones of the XVII Century.

Several styles coexist in the some building: neo-medieval historicist, neo-Romanic front door, western facade pointed arches, large rose window and powerful truncated tower.

Likewise, we find the sacristy of the XVI century inside, with grisailles of that period, wall paintings of the same century and a chapel with vaults dedicated to Our Lady of Llanos.

Built: XVI-XX Centuries.

Author: Anónimo

Style: Historicist, Neo-medieval

Category: Religious

Type: Cathedral

Plan your visit

Address and telephone

  • Plaza Virgen de los Llanos, s/n. 02001 Albacete
  • +34 967 215 342

Opening times

Mass hours.

Tickets and prices

Free entry.

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