Catedral de la Almudena

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The Cathedral of Santa María la Real de Almudena is the episcopal seat of the diocese of Madrid in Spain and is located in the center of the city. It is the first Spanish cathedral consecrated by a Pope and the first consecrated by John Paul II outside of Rome.

The difference of this cathedral in relation to the others, is its north-south orientation, being that the usual is east-west; that was the result of its construction in conjunction with the Royal Palace of Madrid.

Contacts & Details

Calle Bailén, 10 28013 Madrid

Sunday:

9:00 – 20:30

Monday:

9:00 – 20:30

Tuesday:

9:00 – 20:30

Wednesday:

9:00 – 20:30

Thursday:

9:00 – 20:30

Friday:

9:00 – 20:30

Saturday:

9:00 – 20:30