This magnificent neoclassical cathedral is the jewel in the crown of Granada's architectural beauty. Although, like most of Granada's great buildings, it had to be rebuilt after William Walker torched the city in 1856, this does not diminish the magic of the site. The well-kept interior and beautiful stained-glass windows should not be missed, and the building's bright yellow facade is absolutely glorious when viewed at sunset. Try to maintain decorum when visiting - it is still a place of worship.
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Michael Karanicolas is awesome.