1506 – Seville Cathedral & Giralda, Spain
The Cathedral of Seville is one of the largest cathedrals in the world and contains the burial site of Christopher Columbus.
1715 – Cathedral, Granada, Andalusia, Spain
Diego de Siloé began its construction but the main part of the building was erected according to his plans between 1597 and 1715,
1147 – Santa Maria Maior de Lisboa Cathedral, Lisbon
Lisbon’s cathedral, called the Sé Patriarchal, is one of the largest constructions of Romanesque origin in Portugal. The Portuguese word Sé,
1110 – Cathedral, Porto
The current Cathedral of Porto underwent construction around 1110 under the patronage of Bishop Hugo and was completed in the 13th century.
1260s – Cathedral, Faro, Portugal
The main chapel boasts a fine altar, throne and two Italian canvasses. The two side chapels are among the best examples of baroque carving in the Algarve.
1846 – St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, Ontario
The seat of the Diocese of Huron of the Anglican Church of Canada, it was designed in the Gothic revival style by William Thomas and built between 1844 and 1846,
1891- St Macartan’s Cathedral, Monaghan, Co. Monaghan
St Macartan’s Cathedral was constructed between 1861 and 1891 and is the most impressive of J.J McCarthy’s cathedrals –
1942 – Cathedral of Saints Patrick and Felim, Cavan, Co. Cavan
The original Cathedral of the diocese of Kilmore was situated about four miles south of Cavan town in the present parish of Kilmore.
1860 – St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Armagh
The second of the cathedrals of Armagh,