The building stands over an old Visigothic cathedral. The cloister dates from the 14th century. Nonetheless, the work that has come down to us today dates from the 15th century, after a design of the masters, Martín de Solórzano and Pedro de Ybarra. The tower collapsed as a consequence of the Lisbon earthquake in 1755. The single nave is roofed by a fan vault. One of the buildings outstanding features is its Plateresque main entrance. The cloister has been converted into a Religious Art Museum.
La Asunción de Nuestra Señora Cathedral
Plaza de la Catedral s/n
10800 Coria, Cáceres (Extremadura)