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Cathedral of Saint Mary

The Cathedral of Santa María in Tudela, declared a National Monument in 1884, is an important spiritual symbol of the Ribera de Navarra. Built on the remains of an ancient mosque, this majestic cathedral combines Romanesque and Gothic elements, offering visitors a unique architectural experience. Its three façades, especially that of the Last Judgement, are spectacularly decorated with scenes from Genesis and the Old Testament, as well as representations of Paradise and Hell. Inside, works of art such as the choir stalls carved by Esteban de Obray and the Hispanic-Flemish Gothic altarpiece stand out, enriching its spiritual and cultural importance.

The Cathedral of Tudela, besides being a historical monument, is a place of devotion and reflection for the faithful and visitors. Its Romanesque cloister and chapels house sculptures and altarpieces of great artistic value, while its sacred environment invites contemplation and worship. Since its construction in the 12th century, this cathedral has witnessed the history and faith of the region, becoming a spiritual meeting place that transcends the boundaries of time and space.


  • Address
    Roso St 2, Tudela, Navarra
  • Web
  • Visiting Hours
    Monday to Saturday, from 10:00 to 13:30 and from 16:00 to 19:00. Sundays, from 10:00 to 13:30.
  • What to see
    Gate of Last Judgement

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