The Old Cathedral of Managua, known as the Catedral de Santiago in Spanish, is a cathedral in Managua, Nicaragua.
The Cathedral was designed by Belgian Architects. Its neoclassical design was said to have been inspired by the look of the church of Saint-Sulpice in Paris, France. Construction began in 1928 and lasted until 1938. Belgian engineer Pablo Dambach oversaw the construction of the cathedral.
Address (Unnamed Road), Managua, Nicaragua
Coordinates 12°9'22.829" N -86°16'16.999" E