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Skara Cathedral

dates back to the 1000's, but the current gothic style originates from the 1300s, and high free vaults, and large windows are typical of the gothic church building style, is signs that are characterizing the Skara cathedral.

Skara Cathedral (Swedish: Skara domkyrka) is a cathedral in the town of Skara in Sweden. Belonging to Skara Cathedral Parish of the Church of Sweden, it serves the Diocese of Skara, and has been around since the 11th century.

Cathedral of Saint Mary
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Skara Cathedral
Coordinates: 58°23′11″N 13°26′21″E / 58.38639°N 13.43917°E / 58.38639; 13.43917
LocationSkara
CountrySweden
DenominationChurch of Sweden
Administration
DioceseDiocese of Skara
Clergy
Bishop(s)Åke Bonnier
Skara Cathedral.
Inside the Skara Cathedral.

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