Valencia Cathedral is the core of the old city. The cathedral has two doors. The front door is Baroque style, and the door of Saint Daughter's Square is Gothic style. The 60-metre-high Miguelette Tower is a landmark. Many Valencia promotional photographs are set in Miguelette Tower. The church climbs the tower for 2 euros for free. The small stairs turn dizzy. But it's good to have a bird's eye view of the ancient city. Valencia Cathedral is smaller than the church seen a few days ago, but it is famous for its agate cup, legendary as the Holy Grail used in Jesus'last supper, and more than 200 so-called "Holy Grail" in Europe. Most Christian historians in the world believe that all the evidence points to the Holy Grail of Valencia. Of all the so-called Holy Grails, the Holy Grail of Valencia is the most important. It may be the authentic cup used for the last dinner. Although the Roman Catholic Church has never worshipped the Holy Grail here as a sacred object, they admit that it was the cup blessed by Christ at the Last Supper and was used by the Popes before St. Lawrence sent it to Spain. Now it is quietly placed in the chapel on the side of the cathedral, covered with bullet-proof glass for everyone to visit. Unfortunately, the cup is too small to see clearly from four or five meters away. (bared teeth)
Good church, but I can't say we're happy to see it. First, the bus stop from Guanajuato is hard to find. Once we find it, we wait for nearly 30 minutes. The trip ended fairly short, about 10 minutes. Later in the afternoon, we got off at Valencia. Someone spoke to us and suggested that we come quickly before the mine closed. It is presumed that gold was excavated in these mines to make church ornaments and handicraft. We immediately went down a hill and waited in line to realize that we had to pay for the "fun" of the mine and might miss the church. So we climbed back up the hill and entered the church, which is said to be a magnificent church. There's really a lot of gold in it. It's a place worth seeing. About 15 minutes later, we left the town, where there was almost nothing but dirty shops, unpleasant restaurants and dirty streets. We eventually found the bus stop up the hill in the square and returned to Guanawatto, but this part of our journey was even worse than leaving the station. The sun dried us up and the bus could not be seen anywhere. Finally, we waited for a long 45 minutes and thought it was coming soon, so we didn't pull the trigger to call a taxi. We learned the lesson that there would be no more buses, at least no short-distance taxis to travel in a short time. Guanajuato's public transport is very cheap, but if you can afford a few dollars, it's a worthwhile investment to save a lot of time and greatly improve the overall experience.
Valencia Cathedral is the largest cathedral in Valencia. The architectural style of the cathedral combines various forms. Gothic, Roman and Baroque can be found here. Internal decoration is also brilliant, exquisite and complex sculpture is very luxurious. There is a tall tower beside the church. Up the tower, you can have a bird's eye view of the whole town. It's very beautiful.
Walking through Valencia in the early morning, you will feel different exotic customs. * * There are not many Emperors of Saint Daughter's Square. Many people will ask why it is called Saint Daughter Square or Saint Daughter Square because it is not related to Saint Daughter's Square. It's called Saint Lady's Square.
Starting in the morning sun, we can see Valencia Cathedral, a world cultural heritage. To the west of Salagrosa Square, we can see the Baroque style, while to the South gate, we can see the Roman style bell tower with a height of 68 meters. There's WiFi in the church. Is it connected to God? The tower is magnificent and magnificent like a palace. It is free to visit the tower inside. May there be years to look back, and with affection for the white head.
A glimpse of a landmark historical building, Valencia Cathedral, that combines Roman, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and neoclassical architectural styles. It is said that the Holy Grail used by Jesus in the last supper is stored here. This church is famous because the chapel in the cathedral has a small agate cup, which is said to be the Holy Grail used by Jesus in the last supper. You all know that.
Where the card had to be punched, the goblet for Jesus'last supper
From Barcelona to Valencia to Alicante, Barcelona to Valencia is about five hours. Living near the cathedral, parking can be parked underground in the square, but the charge is very expensive, more than 200 yuan a night. I didn't go anywhere else because I stayed only one night. Activities near the main church, is a city of style. There are many snacks nearby in the evening. It's very lively. As a transitional city, it feels good.
Valencia Cathedral is a landmark building in Valencia City. It was built on the site of the mosque in the 3rd century. It has been reconstructed and renovated for a long time. From the three entrances, you can see the obvious differences: the neo-Roman front door, the Baroque south palace gate (also the oldest gate), and the Visigoth North apostle, with 12 Apostles carved on the apostles, but the damage is serious. We did not arrange an in-person visit for this trip. It is said that after entering through the main entrance, the Grail Chapel is on the right hand side. It contained tableware that was said to have been used by Jesus at the last supper. According to legend, the Holy Grail in the inner chamber of a church is the Holy Grail of Christianity. In addition, Valencia City of Science and Art is also worth visiting.