The Concatedral de María Inmaculada, better known as new cathedral is a Catholic church located in the center of the city of Vitoria.
The cathedral was built in two different stages of the twentieth century:
The first stage from 1907 to 1914 has a neo-Gothic style with a façade and arches typical of the style.
The second stage of 1946-1969, when the nave and the main portal are completed, was made with the same style but adding elements of modernist style, in its great value, the sculptures.
In addition, its apse contains the Diocesan Museum of Sacred Art and can be accessed from the south side.
For your photographs, we recommend that you take them on both sides of the cathedral to see the incredible architectural work and don't forget to pay attention to the curious gargoyles on the south façade.