Santiago Cathedral (Spanish: Catedral de Santiago; Basque: Donejakue Katedrala) is a Catholic cathedral in the city of Bilbao, Basque Country, Spain. It was originally built as a Gothic church in the late 14th century. After a fire in the 1500s it was rebuilt. It was officially given the status of a cathedral in 1950.
|Ecclesiastical or organizational status||Cathedral|
|Year consecrated||12th or 13th century|
|Architectural style||Gothic and Gothic Revival|
|Direction of façade||West|
- Rick Steves, Spain 2009 (Berkeley, CA: Avalon Travel, 2008), p. 156
- Andy Symington, Northern Spain Footprint Handbook (Bath, UK: Footprint, 2014), p. 79
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