Cathedral of Santo Domingo
The cathedral of Santo Domingo de la Calzada is one of the most symbolic buildings in the city. Begun in 1158 by the master Garcion, it was enlarged in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, and completed in 1765 when the current south facade (chaired by the patron saints of the diocese, San Emeterio, San Celedonio and Santo Domingo) and the freestanding tower were built.
This unique work of architecture is located in the town of Santo Domingo de la Calzada, in the Autonomous Community of La Rioja, Spain. Since 1959, it has had the title of co-cathedral next to the Logrono. The title cathedral is for the cathedral of Calahorra.
It is currently considered of national cultural interest and was declared a historic-artistic monument belonging to the National Artistic Treasury by the decree of June 3, 1931.