Constructed as a Cathedral in 1263, Santa Cruz in Cadiz, Spain is the oldest church there. It is believed to have been constructed on the site of an ancient Muslim mosque.
The historic structure was built originally in the Gothic-Mudejar style of architecture. It has undergone several modifications since then. The exterior of the church is quite simple, but the inside is highly impressive. The altarpiece, columns, concave ceilings, images, and iconography of the church are very fascinating and draws a lot of visitors.
Santa Cruz Cathedral is a much visited and loved spiritual place in town and is perfect for some quiet contemplation and meditation.