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Lund Cathedral, Lund

Categories: Architectural Buildings, Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.7/5 based on 600+ reviews on the web
The most visited church in Sweden, Lund Cathedral represents an excellent example of Romanesque architecture with many historical features. The cathedral was founded in 1080 in Lund, a significant religious and cultural city during the Middle Ages. Today over 700,000 people visit the church each year, for both worship and general tours. Enter the building to view several interesting features in its interior, including the cathedral's choir stalls and Gothic altarpiece dating back to the 14th century. Look for the centuries-old tower bells; one was created in 1513. Arrange to visit Lund Cathedral and other attractions in Lund using our Lund trip generator.
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  • Walk around and take time to read the inscriptions. Take time to look around and if it is good weather sit on the south side of the church and take in the park there. 
  • Do not miss the interiors of this magnificent cathedral, lovely surrounding your Park.
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  • Very interesting cathedral, especially the clock and most of all the crypt. The story of Finn McCool was unexpected. I wish there had been an explanation of the statue outside the church but this was ...  read more »
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