Located in Girona, Spain, the Catedral de Santa Maria de Girona's construction started in the Romanesque architectural style in the 11th century and continued in the Gothic style in the 13th century.
Only a few parts of the original cathedral remain: a bell tower and a 12th century cloister. The bell that you now see was built in the 18th century. The main façade of the church boasts of Baroque features preceded by a huge staircase.
Local sculptors executed the sculptures decorating the façade's three orders.
This church boasts of two bell towers of which only one, named after Charlemagne still survives.