Cathedral of Santa Eulalia & Santa Cruz

Plaça de la Seu, Barcelona, CT 08002 Spain
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At the heart of Barcelona's Gothic district sits the Cathedral of Santa Eulalia & Santa Cruz, which is also called La Seu. Construction began in the 13th century and was completed in the 20th century. Designed with towering, beautiful octagon clock towers and a central tower spire that reaches 230 feet, La Seu is adjacent to a 14th-century cloister. The courtyard is always occupied by a total of 13 geese, each of which represents a year in the life of Santa Eulalia, a young girl from the 4th century who was killed by the Romans for her religious beliefs. Within the cloister is a museum with liturgist artifacts.


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Aliases: La Seu