The Cathedral of Santa María de Plasencia (Spain), is one of the two buildings that make up the current Cathedral of Plasencia. Commonly known as the Old Cathedral of Plasencia, current Plasencia Cathedral Museum, is a building that is a very interesting example of transition from Romanesque to Gothic and is one of the greatest jewels of the "Pearl of the Valle del Jerte", Plasencia. Its construction began in the early thirteenth century and the last protogothic contributions were in the fifteenth century. During these centuries the works were carried out by French masters like Juan, Juan Perez and Diego Diaz.
Currently, it is considered BIC (Well of Cultural Interest) (was declared a historic monument belonging to the National Artistic Treasury by decree of June 3, 1931 1 ).