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Catedral de Santa María de la Sede de Sevilla. Es la catedral gótica cristiana con mayor superficie del mundo. Según la tradición, la construcción se inició en 1401, aunque no existe constancia documental del comienzo de los trabajos hasta 1433. Obra del siglo XV, majestuoso templo de cinco amplias naves.La edificación se realizó en el solar que quedó tras la demolición de la antigua Mezquita Aljama de Sevilla, de la cual se conservan el alminar (la Giralda) y el Patio de los Naranjos…

One of the twin organs in the Cathedral, Seville, Spain

Baroque organs in Parisian churches photographed by Raphaël Dallaporta.

Baroque organs in Parisian churches photo by Raphaël Dallaporta

Rodez, Notre-Dame

Rodez, Notre-Dame

Baroque organs in Parisian churches photographed by Raphaël Dallaporta.

Baroque organs in Parisian churches photographed by Raphaël Dallaporta.

Granada Cathedral - Granada, Spain - The organs seem to say, "Let's Rock?"

Granada Cathedral - Granada, Spain - The organs seem to say, "Let's Rock?

Organ in Salamanca cathedral in Spain. I'm so in love with historic churches. They're stunning!

Organ in Salamanca cathedral in Spain pipe-organ-porn absolutely beautiful!

The Organ at Barcelona Cathedral. Follow this link to find out more about the Barcelona Cathedral.  http://mikestravelguide.com/things-to-do-in-barcelona-visit-the-barcelona-cathedral/

With its dramatic Catalan Gothic architecture, towering columns, numerous side chapels, the Cathedral has become one of the city's major attractions.

Rom, Corso Vittorio Emanuele II., Chiesa Nuova (Santa Maria in Navicella), Orgel (pipe organ)

Unbelievably beautiful piece of art., Chiesa Nuova (Santa Maria in Navicella), Orgel (pipe organ)

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Stephen's Cathedral has the largest cathedral organ in the world. The organ currently has pipes and 233 registers, all of which can be played with the five-manual general console in the gallery.

Montserrat Monastery - Spain

Montserrat Monastery in Spain up an incredibly steep mountain with a funicular to reach the top. After leaving Barcelona by bus then train and then the funicular we were so glad to see how worthwhile Montserrat was.

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