Where?: Santiago de Compostela is in the north-west of Spain, not far from the Galician coast and the city of A Coruña.
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Built: Construction began in the late 11th century, though parts were added to the cathedral as late as the 18th century.
Style: Santiago de Compostela's cathedral has a baroque façade but most of it is Romanesque.
What's Inside?: The remains of St James (Santiago). The Camino de Santiago pilgrimage culminates in a visit to St James's tomb.
The museum is open from 10am until 8pm, with a siesta from 2pm until 4pm. On Sundays it doesn't reopen for the afternoon.
Website: Catedral de Santiago de Compostela