The spire is near the central Terrace, towards the north side of the Cathedral. On the top is a nineteenth century statue, which can be dated more precisely to the first half of the 19th century, and has the features of a neoclassical sculpture. The work represents a young saint with long flowing hair right down to his shoulders, with his left leg in a forward position as he takes a step. He is clothed in a drapery that leaves his chest and legs uncovered and falls from his right shoulder. His proud look is turned towards the right. In his hand he was holding an element that has been lost.