Outside the summer: Monday-Sunday 9:00-20:30, Mass time: Monday-Saturday 12:00, 18:00, 19:00, Sunday, holidays 10:30, 12:00, 13:30, 18:00, 19:00; Summer: Monday - Sunday 10:00-21:00, Mass time: Monday - Saturday 11:00, 12:00, 18:30, 20:00, Sunday, holidays 11 :00, 12:00, 13:00, 18:30, 20:00; Mass Church is generally not open to the public.
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-2 hours
Address: Plaza de la Almudena 28013 Madrid
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[The Church of Our Lady of Amudna]
Opposite Madrid Square is the main church of the Virgin of Ahmednah
The size of the church is not less than the royal palace visible religion and church majesty and majesty
this Roman god The church was built on the site of a 13th-century Franciscan monastery.
The legendary St. Francisco was built during the Spanish pilgrimage. The monastery is now built on the basis of the monastery.
The most interesting thing is that the front and rear shape of this church is completely different
When I stand back in the distance, I can't recognize it. This is the same place
Maybe it is really too big. It is one of the largest churches in the city of Madrid
However, from every point of view it has adopted a neoclassical style with solemnity and sacredness
the third largest Catholic dome church in the world. The faade and the dome are very beautiful,
which is very similar to the famous dome of the Roman Pantheon and is the third largest Catholic dome in the world.
The church also houses many murals by famous Spanish painters. The most important is Goya's painting "Saint Bernalino".
The former National Cemetery of San Francisco Church was once the national cemetery of Spain,
because there are many famous artists and politicians buried here,
including the Spanish military strategist and poet Calderon ( Caldern de la Barca), Alonso de Ercilla, etc. The museum of the
church also features paintings by many Spanish and Italian Baroque painters.
Catedral de la Almudena
The Royal Palace of the Cathedral of Our Lady of Amudna is the Cathedral of Our Lady of Amudna, which is adjacent to the hotel. It is a direct lunch
church built in 1879. Cathedral of the Catholic Diocese of Madrid, built on the oldest historical site in Madrid - above the Roman walls
visit the church free, museum and dome 6 euro
church interior Gothic ceiling and stone pillar Very high, officially simple, but people can't help but notice that the ceiling is colorful, really special
Square cupola of the cathedral, and the square dome is also different from other churches, colorful like the stars Very beautiful
The Church of Our Lady of Amudna is built on the Roman walls of Madrid's oldest historical site, facing the Royal Palace. The two imposing buildings form a picture of the human landscape in Madrid.
The first architect of the cathedral, Marqus de Cubas, began construction work in 1883. His intention was to build a neo-gothic-style church with a steep spire, just like the popular European style at the end of the 19th century, but Due to the Spanish Civil War had to stop working. It was not until 1950 that the new architects resumed construction and the new architects continued to build until 1993.
According to the architectural plan, the church is built in neo-Gothic style, retaining the characteristics of some Gothic churches on the flank, and the main body is taken from the Baroque architecture, using a semi-circular blue-gray dome design. The body is transparent and white, adding elegance and elegance.
The Church of Our Lady of Amudna is adjacent to the Royal Palace of Madrid, and two magnificent buildings form a beautiful picture of the human landscape in the city of Madrid. The church is built in neo-Gothic style, retaining some of the characteristics of the Gothic church on the flank, the main body is borrowed from the Baroque architecture, with a semi-circular blue-gray dome design, plus a white body wall, adding Elegant and elegant, it is one of the elite buildings in Madrid that poses a group of tourists.