The Cathedral-Basilica of Santa María in Palma (Mallorca) also called the Cathedral of Mallorca is the main religious building on the island of Mallorca.
In Catalan, it is known as La Seu (Seu or Seo is the name given to cathedrals in the Crown of Aragon).
It consists of a Levantine Gothic style temple built on the shore of the bay of Palma.
It overlooks the sea on the Roman and Renaissance walls that protected the city, being the only Gothic cathedral that meets this peculiarity.
It also consists of the headquarters of the diocese of Mallorca, its holder is the Assumption of Mary.
In 1931 it was declared a Historic-artistic Monument.
In addition, it is the cathedral with the largest rose window in the Gothic world.