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Lunds domkyrka, Lund

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The most visited church in Sweden, Lunds domkyrka 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 Lunds domkyrka and other attractions in Lund using our Lund trip generator.
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  • Very beautiful cathedral and I get never bored when visiting it for the 100th time. =) I would highly recommend a visit or two !  more »
  • Lund is a medieval village, where, despite being very close to Malmo, the atmosphere is completely different; This pretty college town has Sweden's most famous cathedral, which has recently seen the Pope's visit. The Cathedral (with free entry) has a Romanesque architecture and the famous astronomical clock, suggestive but the show done twice a day is perhaps a little overrated ...
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  • A place to visit for enjoying the beautiful building itself and take a rest. Light a few candles. The entramce to the cathedral take a few moment to look into the ceiling.  more »