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Catedral Basílica Menor de Nossa Senhora da Luz
Curitiba

A Catedral Basílica Menor de Nossa Senhora da Luz (ou Catedral Metropolitana de Curitiba), de Curitiba, capital do estado brasileiro do Paraná, está exatamente no local onde, em 1693, foi construída a primeira Igreja Católica da cidade. A construção do templo atual ocorreu entre 1876 e 1893. Cem anos mais tarde, a 7 de junho de 1993 a Catedral foi elevada ao grau de Basílica Menor e reverencia a Nossa Senhora da Luz dos Pinhais, a santa padroeira de Curitiba.

Atualmente passa por um longo processo de restauração, no interior e no exterior, com doações de fiéis e da Prefeitura Municipal de Curitiba. O término das obras de restauração na Catedral está previsto para dezembro de 2012.

A catedral foi construída em estilo neogótico (ou gótico romano), inspirado na Catedral da Sé de Barcelona, na Espanha e em sua abóboda, as pinturas existentes são dos artistas italianos Carlos e Anacleto Garbaccio, com a autoria do projeto atribuído a Afonse Conde Du Plat, arquiteto francês.

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