|Cathedral of St. Peter of Vic|
Vic Cathedral, overview from the river, with the neoclassical apse and the Romanesque bell tower; to the left, the Romanesque bridge.
|Location||Vic, Catalonia, Spain|
|Status||Cathedral, minor basilica|
|Consecrated||1038 and September 15, 1803|
|Architect(s)||Josep Moretó i Codina|
|Style||Romanesque, Gothic, Neoclassical|
|Groundbreaking||September 24, 1781|
|Archdiocese||Roman Catholic Diocese of Vic|
|Archbishop||Bishop Romà Casanova Casanova|
|Region||Europe and North America|
Vic Cathedral (Catalan: Catedral de Vic, Spanish: Catedral de Vich), officially the Cathedral of St. Peter the Apostle (Catalan: Catedral de Sant Pere Apòstol, Spanish: Catedral de San Pedro Apóstol) is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Vic, Catalonia, Spain. It is the seat of the Diocese of Vic.
It has a mix of Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque and Neoclassic styles.
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