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Catedral Santa Ana

  • Calle Espíritu Santo 20, facing Pl. Santa Ana Map It
  • Vegueta
  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Published 08/20/2018

Fodor's Review

It took four centuries to complete St. Anne's Cathedral, so the neoclassical Roman columns of the 19th-century exterior contrast sharply with the Gothic ceiling vaulting of the interior. Baroque statues are displayed in the cathedral's Museo de Arte Sacro (Museum of Religious Art), arranged around a peaceful cloister. Ask the curator to open the sala capitular (chapter house) to see the 16th-century Valencian-tile floor. Be sure to check out the black-bronze dog sculptures outside the cathedral's main entrance—these are four examples of the Gran Canaria hounds that gave the island its name.

Sight Information


Calle Espíritu Santo 20, facing Pl. Santa Ana, Las Palmas, Canary Islands, 35001, Spain

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Sight Details:

  • Cathedral free; museum €1.50
  • Closed Sun.

Published 08/20/2018


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