I love to visit sacred spaces in all countries I visit. This one was ornate, and historic. It was a peaceful place and one of the highlights of our visit to the city.
About Catedral Matriz
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Outside structure very nice, build arround 1800, with nice towers and 0ne big interesting clock. Inside 1 big altar and some small chapels. The catedral is quite big Very nice situated, in from of Plaza Matriz, where tourist are able to find antiques exhibition mostly...More
Catedral Matriz is at Plaza Matriz square, on pedestrian street Peatonal Sarandi. Apart of the exterior, nothing inside really impressed me.
The Catedral Matrix is a somber structure but easily recognised a a place of worship and peace. The usual dress code of modest wear applies.
The church was inaugerated in 1804 and has two bell towers (one with a clock), one on each side of the building. Inside the church has a central nave with two side aisles and a cupola. The floor is beautifully tiled. Perhaps the feature that...More
Old Catedral in Montevideo so differents from others catedrals of South America. Very interesting artefacts inside . Was opened from Monday to Saturday but closed on Sunday
An interesting and well kept Cathedral with lots if history to it. The interior is full of interesting artefacts and details and is peaceful as well if you want a time to reflect orange just think. The Plaza outside is a great place to stroll...More
Better known as St John's Cathedral, this is the most interesting church in Montevideo, although the interior isn't perhaps as stunning as you'd find in other South American capitals. Regardless, it's well worth a visit to see the stained glass and the side chapels.