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Catedral Buen Pastor XIX, San Sebastian :: www.CantabrU.com
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Ubicada en el Ensanche de Amara, es obra del arquitecto donostiarra Manuel de Echave. La iglesia abarca una superficie de 1.915 metros cuadrados y fue inaugurada en 1.897.


En 1887 el Ayuntamiento cedió una parcela -todavía marismeña- con destino a la construcción de una iglesia que diera servicio al nuevo Ensanche de San Sebastián. En 1888 se puso en ejecución el proyecto ganador del concurso convocado al efecto, obra del arquitecto Manuel Echave, a quien se le adjudicó también la dirección de la obra.

Tiene rango de catedral desde 1.953. Posee planta rectangular y simétrica, de cruz latina y con tres naves, transepto y presbiterio. Está construida con sillería de piedra arenisca procedente de las canteras del monte Igueldo y dotada de abundantes elementos decorativos tales como vidrieras (obra de Juan Bautista Lázaro), gárgolas, pináculos, etc.

Fuente:  donostiasansebastian.com

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