Cathedral of St. Anne
Cathedral of St. Anne – One of the most popular places to visit by tourists on Grand Canaria. The cathedral was named after the patroness of the city, but he has another name – Canary Cathedral. It is located on the Square of the same name in the historic part of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria – Vegeta. Construction of the cathedral began in 1487, and ended only after 400 years. During this time, four architects changed, which could not not affect the mixture of styles. Thus, now the Cathedral of St. Anne is a mixture of neoclassicism, baroque and late gothic.
Inside you will meet twenty-meter colonnades and 13 chapel, in which bishops and other famous political and religious figures are buried. Interesting the fact that part of the arches and arches are built of blue and volcanic stone. Inside the Cathedral of St. Anne, works of art on a religious topic are stored. These symbols of faith during Easter are taken out of the cathedral and participate in process.
Everyone can visit the Episcopal Museum of Religious Art, which is located right in the building of the Cathedral. One of the towers leads to the viewing platform, which opens a beautiful panorama of the city.
Cathedral hours: Mon-Fri: from 8.00 to 18.00, Sat: from 8.00 to 10.00 and from 18.00 to 20.00, Sun: from 8.30 to 13.thirty
Museum Operation: Mon-Fri: C 10.00 to 16.30, Sat: from 10.00 to 13.30, Sun: Output
Elevator on the review of the Cathedral: Mon-Fri with 9.15 to 18.00, Sat from 9.15 to 14.30, Sun: Output