SPAIN – Pamplona Cathedral archaeological excavations

The Cathedral of Pamplona is an impressive architectural ensemble and the largest complex of this nature in Spain, including a Romanesque palace, Gothic cloister and cathedral with a neoclassic façade of the 19C. The Archbishopric is carrying out archaeological excavations and several initiatives to promote and enhance good knowledge of the different values and significance of this important complex.

Restoration of the Cathedral’s Fundación façade is currently taking place in association with Caja Madrid, the Archbishopric, the Town Hall and the Regional Government of Navarra.