The city square also holds Granada's main landmark, the magnificent, luminous orange Catedral on Calle Guzman and La Calzada. Despite the stunning exterior with neoclassical and gothic flourishes, the church's interior is quite simple and somewhat disappointing, except for an icon of the Virgin Mary over the altar. A church was originally built here in 1583, but like many of Granada's buildings, it suffered at the hands of pirates and despots and had to be rebuilt several times. It was finally finished in 1915.