The Cathedral of Burgos

(Image – National Geographic)

For just over 800 years, this wonder of Gothic architecture has played a central role in Castilian and Spanish life. It’s a unique member of Spain’s more than 90 major churches in that it has elements of both Spanish and northern European features. It’s the only cathedral to be a UNESCO World Heritage site on its own. After a massive 20-year restoration in advance of its 800th anniversary in 2021, it’s looking as fine as ever. We recently returned to this temple for a renewed look at it and were not disappointed. And we don’t think you will either. Listen and enjoy!

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