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It took nearly 300 years to build this cathedral, the largest Latin America, and the styles of those periods between the 16th and 19th century—Renaissance, baroque and neoclassical—are all present in the architecture. After marveling at its façade and bell towers, which were completed by architect Manuel Tolsá, step inside and discover each of its 14 chapels, and the two massive 18th century organs. 

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Catedral Metropolitana

It took nearly 300 years to build this cathedral, the largest Latin America, and the styles of those periods between the 16th and 19th century—Renaissance, baroque and neoclassical—are all present in the architecture. After marveling at its façade and bell towers, which were completed by architect Manuel Tolsá, step inside and discover each of its 14 chapels, and the two massive 18th century organs.