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Uppsala Domkyrka

2 Domkyrkoplan, Uppsala 753 10, Sweden
+46 18 18 71 73
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2 Domkyrkoplan, Uppsala 753 10, Sweden
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Reviewed yesterday

The bell tower in the foreground is located at the castle not at the cathedral you can spot in the distance. The cathedral is the biggest in the Nordic countries. The archbishop of Uppsala has been the primate in Sweden in an unbroken succession since...More

Thank rolfbaum
Reviewed 2 days ago

This is very nice and impressive church. There is also orthodox icons inside. Next to church you have church cafe with amazing fruit tart.

Thank andrijana87ilic
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Since it is the oldest medieval church in Sweden, we had our hopes raised and this church definitely delivered. We were amazed by the interiors. It's ornate and peaceful. It has beautiful paintings on the ceilings which was very unexpected and memorable. It is atleast...More

Thank PrajaktaJS
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The cathedral is the tallest church building in Scandinavia. The exterior design looks authentic. The interior looks impressive - the floor is devided by cells. Each large window is decorated by stained-glass. English guided tour is available. Multi-lingual (including Japanese) brochures are available. I couldn't...More

Thank seikochutaro
Reviewed 15 April 2017

Ben herr before on one wedding and two baptisms and a few concerts. But it certainly deserves a visit just for the building itself.

Thank Ulf N
Reviewed 15 April 2017

The physical building is marvelous to be hold. The sermons are, of course in Swedish - theologically liberal, spiritually vacuous, and damning to the searching soul. Still the church's architecture and history is worth a visit.

Thank 1Gerrit48
Reviewed 21 March 2017

Fantastic guide, great depth of knowledge and funny. The cathedral contains the resting place of important swedes like Gustav Vasa and a more recent memorial of Dag Hammarsköld.

Thank Elon S
Reviewed 14 February 2017

Like to visit Domkyrka every time I am in Uppsala. The biggest, and probably the most interesting, church in Scandinavia - architecture, history, concerts...

Thank Olga B
Reviewed 19 January 2017 via mobile

The church is huge and beautiful. You'll find two kings buried inside. It's a shame it belongs to the controversal Swedish state church.

Thank David F
Reviewed 15 January 2017 via mobile

Allthough I have been several times in that temple ,every time I visit uppsala I spend a few minutes in Domkyrka. It is one of the biggest in Scandinavia. It's very beautiful and you can find it easily, just look high for the dome of...More

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Woody0504
hi, i have a very very old photograph of the pointed wooden structure shown in your photograph with the Cathedral in the background. it may have been taken in 1907. at this time the structure is in a field! and has a ladder to the first floor. i have often wondered what the building was and what it was used for. on the photograph it refers to Upsala was that an old way of spelling it your city? if you can help i would be grateful. Geoff Woodcock . London.
27 March 2015|
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Response from TKoTP | Reviewed this property |
I wasn't the one that posted a photograph. Sorry I can't help TKoTP
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