St. Mary's Cathedral - Spain

Spain

  • Cathedral of Toledo, St. Mary's Cathedral in Toledo
  • Burgos Cathedral, St. Mary's Cathedral in Burgos
  • León Cathedral, St. Mary's Cathedral, León, Spain
  • La Seu, St. Mary's Cathedral, Palma of Majorca
  • St. Mary's Cathedral, Astorga, Spain (León (province))
  • St. Mary's Cathedral ("Old Cathedral"), in Salamanca
  • St. Mary's Cathedral, in Ciudad Rodrigo (province of Salamanca)
  • St. Mary's Cathedral, in Segovia
  • Girona's Cathedral, St. Mary's Cathedral, in Gerona
  • St. Mary's Cathedral ("Seu Vella"), in Lérida
  • St. Mary's Cathedral, in Lugo
  • Cathedral of Murcia, St. Mary's Cathedral, in Murcia
  • Cathedral of Santa Maria d'Urgell, La Seu d'Urgell

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