The main temple of the Catholic church in the diocese of Holguín is located in the Historic Center of the city, in front of the Julio Grave de Peralta Park and was the first church dedicated to San Isidoro, patron saint of the city.
Blessed on April 3, 1720 when Cuba was still under the rule of the Spanish Empire and inaugurated as a parish church between 1818 and 1820, it was elevated to the status of Cathedral by Pope John Paul II in 1979 and consecrated in 1996.
It draws the visitor's attention for its solid T-shaped building, with three wide doors and attached columns. Inside, the original wooden ceilings, finely worked and preserved, with Mudejar style and the artistic beauty provided by the ceilings of the chapels.
Address: 122 Libertad, Holguín.