Las Palmas Cathedral

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Las Palmas Cathedral
Catedral de Canarias
Catedral Santa Ana.jpg
Cathedral of Santa Ana.
Religion
AffiliationCatholic Church
LeadershipNicolás Monche (Deán)
Location
LocationLas Palmas, Spain
Architecture
Architectural typechurch
General contractorSiglo XVI

The Cathedral of Santa Ana (Holy Cathedral-Basilica of Canary or Cathedral of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria) is a cathedral in Las Palmas, Canary Islands. It is the seat of the Diocese of the Canaries in the Roman Catholic Church. It is in the Vegueta neighborhood, next to the Plaza Mayor of Santa Ana. The feast of the cathedral's dedication is celebrated annually on November 26. It is one of two cathedrals in the Canary Islands, near the La Laguna Cathedral in Tenerife.

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Coordinates: 28°06′03″N 15°24′53″W / 28.10083°N 15.41472°W / 28.10083; -15.41472