Lugo Cathedral

Lugo , Galicia , Spain

About Lugo Cathedral

Lugo Cathedral (Catedral de Lugo) was mainly built from 1129 to 1273 and added to over the centuries, thus explaining its mixture of styles. In particular, some of its chapels date to the fourteenth century and were built in a Gothic style, while the cloisters were constructed in 1710 and the facade is Neoclassical.

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Lugo Roman Walls

The Lugo Roman Walls have been described by UNESCO as "the finest surviving example of late Roman military fortifications", a title they truly deserve.


Lugo Roman Baths

The Lugo Roman Baths were built in approximately 15BC, around the time when the city was founded and remain well-preserved.


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