Concatedral de San Julián de Ferrol

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Concatedral de San Julián de Ferrol

Concatedral de San Julián

Concatedral de San Julián

Origin of the Co-cathedral of San Julián

Designed by the engineer and naval architect Julián Sánchez Bort in 1763, it was not until two years later when the construction of the building for a new district of Ferrol began. A task that began on the remains of an old Romanesque church. 

The Church of San Julián was not finished until 1772, being in 1959 when it reached the category of Co-cathedral by means of a bull of Juan XXIII. The reason why it was defined as a co-cathedral and not a cathedral is due to the existence of a cathedral in the same diocese, the Cathedral of Mondoñedo.

The Co-cathedral of San Julián is dedicated to the patron saint of the city, a feast that is celebrated on January 7. Among the most striking features of the building is the absence of a Latin cross, opting instead for a Greek cross.

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