The Cathedral Metropolitan of San José is a house of prayer in San José, Costa Rica, situated on Calle Central and Avenues 2 and 4. The first church was worked in 1802 yet was wrecked by a seismic tremor.
Neoclassical and Baroque styles with its Doric pilasters and neoclassical pediment with steeples along the edge at the front of the building, it was supplanted in 1871 by an outline by Eusebio Rodríguez in a style which consolidates Greek Orthodox.
In the Catedral Metropolitana, that has a prominently fine pioneer style tiled floor and recolored glass windows portraying scriptural scenes. A vaulted roof traverses the length of the nave with two fluted segments supporting it.
At the primary holy place are statues of seraphs and a wooden figure of Christ. Out of sight is a half-dome in the divider containing a wall painting of Jesus and the Holy Father. to one side of the holy place is the Chapel of the Holy Sacrament, embellished with lush quadrants and flower themes.