Huelva Cathedral

Main facade of the Cathedral of Huelva

The Cathedral of Huelva began as the Roman Catholic church affiliated with the adjacent former convent of La Merced in Huelva, region of Andalusia, Spain.


The convent church from the 17th century was destroyed by several earthquakes in the 18th century. A church rebuilt in 1775 in Neoclassical style. The church was declared a National Monument in 1970, and became a cathedral only in 1953.[1]


  1. Spanish Tourism Office, website, entry on church.

Coordinates: 37°15′46″N 6°57′09″W / 37.2628°N 6.9525°W / 37.2628; -6.9525

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