Also known as the Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma, le Seu is a Gothic Roman Catholic cathedral that is located in Palma, Majorca, Spain. It was built by the Crown of Aragon on the site of a mosque from Moorish era.
Considered to be an important landmark of the city, Le Seu lies in the oldest part of the city and the cathedral is dedicated to San Sebastian, patron saint of Palma. It is a 121 meters long, 44m tall and 55 m wide cathedral that overlooks the Parc de la Mar as well as the Mediterranean sea. It is the home to the Royal Chapel that contains the tombs of Kings James II and James III of Mallorca. As you enter from the side door, you will pass a small museum which heads to the west portal and gazes down the long corridor. The rose window is one of the largest in the world, 12m across and it is studded with 1236 pieces of stained glass. Make sure that you walk on the South front that faces the sea.
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