Constructed mostly in the 15th century, the Catholic Murcia Cathedral is in Murcia, southeast Spain.
At 95 meters, its bell tower is the tallest in Spain, and one of the best views of Murcia can be enjoyed from the top.
The cathedral's exterior is also known for its ornate Baroque style facade. Inside, its 23 chapels are dedicated to various patron saints; the beautiful Chapel of Junterones is a must see highlight and is considered a Renaissance masterpiece.
A museum located in the cathedral's cloister houses the cathedral's oldest bell, along with archaeological discoveries in the area and various religious artifacts.