The Almudena Cathedral

The Almuneda Cathedral was built a part of the Royal Palace with a north-south orientation, differentiating from the rest of the cathedrals, who usually have an east-west orientation.

The Marques de Cubas designed and started building the cathedral in 1868 but his project was modified by the architects Fernando Chueca and Carlos Sidro in 1944 to accommodate the dimensions of the Royal Palace.

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Q Which restaurants are near Catedral de la Almudena

Gastronómico Corral de la Morería – Tablao Flamenco
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Q What to do near Catedral de la Almudena

Palacio Real
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Mercado de San Miguel
Plaza Mayor de Madrid

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