Jerez de la Frontera Cathedral
Succession of styles.
The long period of time over which it was built caused a variety of styles to be integrated into the structure of this cathedral.
It was built as a Collegiate Church, since Jerez did not have a bishopric until 1980. Building began in 1695 and lasted until 1778. Participating architects included Diego Moreno Meléndez, Rodrigo del Pozo, Diego Díaz, Juan de Pina, Torcuato Cayón de la Vega, Juan de Vargas and Pedro Ángel de Albizu. The building has a rectangular plan, with five naves. It is Baroque in style.
- Construction: Cathedral
- Artistic period: Baroque
- Historic period: 17th century
- Setting: Fortress, Churches of St. Michael, St. Mark, St. James, St. Dionisio and La Cartuja.
- From Monday to Saturday From 10:00 to 18:30
- General: €5
- Groups: €3
- Students: €2
- Retired persons: €2