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The identification of the rock types used in the construction of the Cathedral of Santa María, a gothic monument in Vitoria-Gasteiz in Spain, has enabled the reconstruction of the entire building process, from the extraction of stone from the quarry to the current restoration. Furthermore, the substrate of the building is used as a reference to narrate the "full history" of the Spanish city of Vitoria-Gasteiz since the Campanian, 80 million years ago. In this multidisciplinary study, the geoticdoi:10.30892/gtg.22208-295 fatcat:dnq3nr3cqfd3pbea55kobfapnu