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Located near station and center. Free admission, there is the possibility to get a guide. It was a pity that there were no small signs at the various sights. Saw when leaving - there were small leaflets with description.
A beautiful cathedral with history worth...More
One of our highlights in visiting the college town of Uppsala is seeing the Uppsala Cathedral. The town of Uppsala is a forty-minute train ride from Stockholm.
Originally the Cathedral was Roman Catholic and was completed in the 15th century. Today, it is Lutheran church....More
I love visiting cathedrals. This was as impressive as many I have seen around Europe. It is free to enter, but there is a charge to go up the bell tower. Some excellent stained glass windows and great acoustics for music. There was a wedding...More
A beautiful building with a remarkable interior - wall paintings, the royal tombs and the small treasury museum, with medieval textiles, jewels and crowns from the tombs and the original clothes of 3 executed noblemen from the 16th century (you can see how smaller people...More
Impressive cathedral that offers the insight of Swedish history and royal life. Many famous Swedish people are buried there, not only royalty (the philosopher Swedenborg, for example). I liked a really realistic statue of The Virgin as well.