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Built in 1540 and the site where the body of Ponce de Leon is entombed, the the Catedral de San Juan is an authentic and rare New World example of medieval architecture.

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Angela B

6 contributions

Gorgeous. Moving. Must-see.

Aug 2022

Whether you’re religious or not, this is a must-see attraction. The architecture, the details in the stained glass windows, the thoughtful touches dating back almost 500 years are simply incredible.

Written August 29, 2022

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David C

Denali National Park and Preserve, AK1 contribution

Our 2022 Trip To Puerto Rico

Jul 2022 • Couples

We traveled to Puerto Rico in late July 2022 for a six day stay. We stayed one block from Bautista Cathedral built in the early 1500. Spectacular church. We did a tour of Old San Juan, San Juan, the beach communities as well the nearby rain forest. Using a rental car we then traveled northeast to the Wyndham resort in Rio Mar. We enjoyed the beach resort and did several trips to enjoy the Puerto Rico north eastern coast. Our final day did a trip to Yokahu Tower. We saw beautiful scenery, a great waterfall and wonderful swimming area created in 1936 by the money provided by Franklin D. Roosevelt’s new deal. Our whole trip was great, but we only saw the north and northeast portion of Puerto Rico, so we need to return to see the rest of this great island!

Written August 11, 2022

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rexpig

Wilmington, DE232 contributions

Pleasant and Solemn

Jun 2022

We were greeted by a polite young man who provided a brief orientation and spent a pleasant span of thirty minutes in the cathedral. The altar is beautiful and a reminder of the glory and richness of Puerto Rico. At the left end of the transept is the tomb of Ponce de Leon. Fans, discreetly swiveling, keep the place cool. It’s undergoing necessary renovation, for which contributions are accepted, and one feels happy to give generously because of the welcoming nature of the place and its staff.

Written June 27, 2022

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Laura R

Guttenberg, NJ222 contributions

Beautiful Church with the remains of Ponce de Leon

Apr 2022

This is a small cathedral that houses the remains of Ponce de Leon. The artwork is beautiful. The cathedral is welcoming. There are other religious figures. It is the oldest cathedral in San Juan. Worth a visit.

Written May 2, 2022

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gianellasmom

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Amazing church to visit

Mar 2022

Amazing church to visit. Wanted to light a candle for peace but wasn’t sure how to. We went inside not knowing it was THE cathedral. No wonder it was so beautifully adorned with frescos, statues and plaster relief. Nice person at the door offered some holy water for me since the stoup/basin was empty. Glad we wandered into it.

Written March 24, 2022

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sanju_222323

New Jersey13,388 contributions

Oldest church on U.S. soil.

Mar 2022

Old San Juan’s venerated cathedral is Puerto Rico’s grandest religious building, and one of its most important, and San Juan Bautista is the seat of the Archdiocese of Puerto Rico. it’s a can’t-miss historic landmark in the heart of the old city

The history of the church dates to 1521 and the earliest beginnings of the Spanish colonization of the island. The building you see today wasn’t the original church, which was demolished by a hurricane. The current structure dates to 1540.

Fact: It’s also the second oldest church in the Western Hemisphere, and the oldest church on U.S. soil.

Location: The church is located at Calle del Cristo, just across from the beautiful El Convento Hotel.

Written March 21, 2022

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Christina B

Louisiana2,574 contributions

Beautiful and Historical

Mar 2022 • Couples

This was literally steps away from our villa. We could see it from our roof top terrace. Still in full service and has been maintained so well. Lovely stop.

Written March 19, 2022

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WFB

Denver, CO1,231 contributions

No English information available for tourists

Jan 2022

Find a guidebook or hire a knowledgable local tour guide because there is zero information (at least in English) for visitors to the cathedral. Also, look for the Ponce de Leon tomb against the north wall. The cathedral is free, which is nice.

Written February 7, 2022

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shelly p

Chesapeake, VA99 contributions

Must see

Dec 2021

The cathedral was beautiful, the architecture was amazing. Highly recommend visiting here. family friendly

Written December 20, 2021

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jehenson81

Washington DC, DC22,128 contributions

Tranquil

Nov 2021 • Solo

This is a simple but beautiful church. The exterior is very simple and the interior is the same, but amazing art is hanging on almost every wall. I wedding party was rehearsing while I was there so I did my best to stay out of the way. I did find the tomb of Juan Ponce de Leon which was kind of cool. Very well maintained.

Written November 12, 2021

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  • Iglesia San José

    HORARIO MISA: SÁBADO 6:00 PM. HORARIO VISITAS MIÉRCOLES A DOMINGO 11:00 AM A 4:00 PM.

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Catedral y Basilica Menor de San Juan Bautista

Viejo San Juan Puerto Rico

Catedral Basílica Menor de San Juan Bautista

500 años de Historia —  Localizada en la Calle del Cristo, en el Viejo San Juan.

Fue construida en 1521, destruida por una tormenta, y posteriormente reconstruida en 1529. La Iglesia fue nombrada basílica menor por el Papa Pablo VI el 25 de enero de 1978, por petición del cardenal Luis Aponte Martínez, Arzobispo de San Juan.

La misma contiene los restos del explorador y conquistador Juan Ponce de León, así como del mártir San Pío. Contiene algunas reliquias como las de los ornamentos y vestiduras usadas por el Papa Juan Pablo II en su visita a Puerto Rico en 1984.

“Conoce nuestra historia”

 

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La adoración eucarística son los Primeros Viernes del cada mes a las  11:00am.

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Misa en honor al Sagrado Corazón de Jesús

(Cofradía): 1er Domindo del cada mes a las 11:00am.

Misa en Catedral

Misa en honor al Divino Niño Jesús

Por los niños (Consagración y Bendición): 2do domingo del mes a las 11:00am.

Misa en Catedral

Misa en honor al Beato Carlos Manuel

Por los enfermos (veneración de la Relíquia): 3er domingo del mes a las 11:00am.

 

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Maria N.

Moscow, Russia11,658 publications

Magnificent oldest cathedral in the city 2019 • For two

The cathedral is worth a visit — it is simply magnificent from the inside. It is better to come before 16 o’clock and on weekdays. The entrance is free.

Published February 16, 2019

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AlexeyDevishev

Moscow, Russia105 publications

The oldest cathedral

oct. 2016 • Family vacation

You will reach this cathedral if you walk up the street from the main gate of the old city. It is the oldest cathedral in the new world. The previous building was wooden, but it was destroyed by a hurricane, the same building was built and renovated from its current state in 1540.

Published November 6, 2016

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Galina56

2619269879 publications

The oldest building in the city 2016 • For two

If you enter the old city through the old gates of San Juan, you will pass through the pretty streets and exit to the Cathedral of San Juan, which is the residence of the archbishop of the city. It houses the tomb of the founder of the city, Juan Ponce de Leon, as well as the relics of the first Puerto Rican canonized, Carlos Manuel Rodriguez Santiago. The status of the cathedral dictates the luxury of decoration. At 19In 84, the cathedral was visited by Pope John Paul II, his decorations and clothes that he wore during the visit are now stored in the cathedral. I recommend visiting.

Published September 18, 2016

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Tatiana C

Moscow10 publications

Mesericordia

Dec. 2015 • Family holidays

Unexpectedly looking around the cathedral, we got to the feast of Misericordia. We saw a kind of procession. I am not an expert in matters of religion, but the procession was very impressive. In my opinion, several different orders or different monasteries took part in it. The temple itself was very beautifully decorated.

Published January 11, 2016

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Gulnara D

Moscow, Russia195 publications

Beautiful

Jan. 2015 • Family vacation

If you are in the old part of the city, this cathedral is worth a visit. Outside, nothing particularly remarkable. But inside everything is very beautiful. It is not worth driving by car, as there are problems with parking.

Published February 14, 2015

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TRAVEL2013ru

Moscow, Russia127 publications

Cathedral in the old city

2013 • With friends

is located in the Old City, could not get in, could not park the car. Consider the issue of parking in advance. Based on the guide, it was very beautiful inside….colonial style…

Published May 31, 2014

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Anton D

Moscow, Russia120 publications

Beautiful

June 2013 • Family vacation

Worth a visit. The outside doesn’t look as impressive as the inside. Dome, stained glass windows, atmosphere. Majestic building. Be sure to look.

Published April 7, 2014

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Angela B

6 publications

Gorgeous. Moving. Must see.

Aug. 2022

Whether you are religious or not, this is a must visit place. The architecture, the details in the stained glass windows, the thoughtful touches of almost 500 years ago are simply incredible.

Published August 29, 2022

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David C

Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska1 publication

Our 2022 trip to Puerto Rico

July 2022 • For two

We went to Puerto Rico at the end of July 2022 for six days . We stopped one block from the Bautista Cathedral, built in the early 1500s. Effective church. We did a tour of Old San Juan, San Juan, the beach communities as well as the nearby rainforest. Using a rental car, we then drove northeast to the Wyndham resort in Rio March. We loved the beach resort and made several trips to enjoy Puerto Rico’s northeast coast. On the last day we visited Yokahu Tower. We saw beautiful landscapes, a large waterfall and a wonderful swimming area created in 1936 with money provided by Franklin D. Roosevelt under a new deal. Our whole trip was great but we only saw the northern and northeastern part of Puerto Rico so we need to go back to see the rest of this great island!

Published August 11, 2022

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reexpig

Wilmington, Delaware232 publications

Pleasant and solemn

June 2022

We were greeted by a polite young man who gave a brief orientation and spent an enjoyable thirty minutes in the cathedral. The altar is beautiful and reminds of the glory and wealth of Puerto Rico. At the left end of the transept is the tomb of Ponce de Leon. Fans that spin discreetly keep you cool. It is undergoing necessary renovations for which donations are accepted and you feel blessed to make generous donations due to the hospitable nature of the place and its staff.

Published June 27, 2022

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    So, we came to the old gates of the city.

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    1. Climb up the streets of the Old City.

    2. There are cats in the city! 🙂

    3. Children’s Museum.

    4. In front of the museum — here is a boat.

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    7. Across the road from the museum is the Cathedral of San Juan Bautista (Catedral de San Juan Bautista de Puerto Rico, 1521-1800).

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    10. There are dogs in the city too! 🙂

    11. There are colorful houses in the city!

    12. Palm trees grow right on the roof.

    13. Just a nice balcony.

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    17. I read and read, but could not figure out who the monument was.
    Thank you pafit . It turns out that this is a monument to Juan Ponce de Leon — the first governor of Puerto Rico.

    18. Church of San Jose (Iglesia de San José, 1532-1735) and the National Gallery.

    19. «Telurico Totem, a giant black granite and ceramic column by Puerto Rican artist Jaime Suárez, was erected in 1992 to commemorate the 500th anniversary of Columbus’ discovery of the New World.»

    20. Local students.

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    23. Let’s leave it all behind and move on.

    24. Here is another interesting sculpture.

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    28. Fort San Felipe del Morro is already visible ahead.

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    30. A straight path leads to Fort.

    31. Looked back.

    32. To the left:

    33. And we go to the Fort.

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    To be continued…

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