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The Spanish Renaissance-style cathedral contains a white Carrara marble altar from Pietrasanta, Italy as well as a hand-carved mahogany pulpit. Our Lady of Nebraska Chapel has stained-glass windows from a 16th-century cathedral in Pamplona, Spain. The 222-foot spires are visible day and night from miles around. The cathedral was consecrated on April 9, 1959. It is one of the nation's largest cathedrals and seats more than 1,000 people. Guided tours are available.

Location: 701 N 40th Street, Omaha Nebraska 68131 Telephone 402-551-2313

Other History nearby:
(Elk Horn) Danish Immigrant Museum
(Omaha) Durham Western Heritage Museum
(Sitka) Russian Bishop's House
(Omaha) St Cecilia's Cathedral
(Lincoln) State Capitol
(Ashland) Strategic Aerospace Museum

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