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Well worth a visit! The museum tells the history of the site going back to pre Roman times. All very interesting and well presented (albeit the description cards could benefit from multi language translations).
I'm always a little disappointed with the cathedral in Pamplona. Firstly it charges pilgrims to enter and that in my book for a church on the Camino de Santiago is a no-no. I've visited quite a few times - usually during mass when there is...More
it dates back to about 1100. when you see how it was built you are left only thinking wow. So much history wrapped around a single building. There are parts of it so old they are doing an archeology dig there and have found some...More
Beautiful, Historic and a must see. This ancient cathedral is well maintained and managed.
It tells the attic Christ from birth to His execution and resurrection. Amazing art and viewswof the city and mountains.
Visiting Pamplona the Cathedral is a must. The church, with a front part in romantic style, has the inner part and the cloister in amazing gothic style. There is also a permanent exhibition that worth the visit.
A €5 entry fee for one of the best art and history lessons you could get. We spent 1.5 hours here in wonder at the amazing architecture. Some very good explanations in 4 languages added to the interest. There was a hidden area with the...More
This is so much more than visiting a beautiful Cathedral there is an entire interactive museum as part of the complex. In fact this is one of the only sites in all of Europe that includes such an extensive cathedral and cloister. No wonder it...More