Santa Ana's primary in-town attraction, the cathedral has a more elaborate, European, neo-Gothic style than El Salvador's traditional white, Spanish colonial churches. Built between 1906 and 1913, the cathedral features an exterior with lots of old-world-style nooks, crannies, and arches with bell towers on each side. The interior has grand columns and a beautiful marble altar. You can, of course, visit during services, but it is not good manners to wander around.