Lleida Cathedral Live Webcam, Spain

Live webcam shows the Lleida-Cathedral in the city of Lleida in the autonomous community of Catalonia, Spain.


Lleida Cathedral, also known as La Seu Vella (Catalan: La Seu Vella | Lleida), is one of the main attractions and architectural monuments of the city of Lleida in Catalonia, northeastern Spain. The Lleida Cathedral, built in Gothic and Romanesque styles, is located atop a hill in the historic city center. It offers breathtaking views of the entire city of Lleida and the surrounding countryside. Construction of the cathedral took place from 1203 to 1278, when it was consecrated for worship. The cathedral’s bell tower, one of its most striking architectural features, was completed only in 1431. The Lleida Cathedral has a Latin cross floor plan with a nave and two aisles. The cathedral also preserves remnants of Gothic frescoes.

Lleida (Spanish: Lleida) is a major city in Spain and the capital of the province of Lleida within the autonomous community of Catalonia. It is located on the banks of the Segre River in the western part of Catalonia, 155 kilometers (96 miles) west of Barcelona and 90 kilometers (56 miles) northwest of Tarragona. Lleida is the sixth largest city in Catalonia. The city’s population is 139,176, and its area is approximately 211.7 square kilometers (81.7 square miles). The climate here is semi-arid Mediterranean, with a foggy mild winter and a hot dry summer. Winters are noticeably colder than in coastal Catalan cities due to its inland location away from the Mediterranean Sea.