The Cathedral of Santa Eulalia is the seat the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Barcelona. The cathedral was constructed throughout the 13th to 15th centuries on top of a former Visigothic church. The Gothic-like façade is from the 19th century after a design of August Font und Josep Oriol Mestres. They used designs of Carles Galtés de Ruan from 1408. The cathedral is dedicated to Eulalia of Barcelona, whose body is entombed in the cathedral's crypt. The cathedral has a secluded Gothic cloister where thirteen white geese are kept.