Palma's Cathedral
uilt on top of the ancient city walls of the historic quarter of the island's capital, it is essentially Gothic in design, although there are other artistic influences.
Building, began under the reign of Jaime II, consisting of a single plan with three naves. Trinidad (Trinity) chapel lies in the main nave, in which the bodies of James II and III lie.

The magnificent South  doorway, the  Mirador, with sculptures by Guillermo Sagrera

In a time when Judaism was strictly outlawed, builders cunningly built the Star of David into the design of one of the windows, it was never discovered for what it was.
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