Uppsala Cathedral

dates to the late 13th century and its several chapels were converted to place for the tombs of Swedish monarchs.

The Cathedral of Uppsala (Swedish: Uppsala domkyrka), found in the city of Uppsala, Sweden, was built in the late 13th century. It is at a height and length of 118.7 m is the largest church building in Scandinavia.

Uppsala Cathedral
Uppsala domkyrka
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Cathedral of Uppsala
DenominationChurch of Sweden
ParishUppsala Cathedral

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Coordinates: 59°51′29″N, 17°37′58″E