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Mariestad Cathedral, Mariestad

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Mariestad Cathedral is a cathedral in Mariestad, Sweden. Belonging to Mariestad Parish of the Church of Sweden, it served the old Diocese of Mariestad, and was opened in 1625.
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  • Visited the Church as is from the 1500 century. Attractive and well-maintained with a beautiful organ. There was a pianist and singer who practiced while we were there. A fantastic good sound and acoustics in the Church. A very contemporary church.
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  • A fantastic cleric edifice obvious for us during our trip in the beautiful and the surrounding area Mariestad-. Mariestad Cathedral was a sight for the Princes, where it traveled beyond the beautiful green park area. Inside was the sultry beautiful-and very solemn, and we was dumb with admiration. This gave peace to the soul, and one was sitting to meditate-and time to think. Lovely and memorable! Highly recommended! d:o)
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  • A very beautiful Cathedral in the heart of the old town. A visit of the district, which is located around the Cathedral, is worthwhile in any case. The Cathedral was also well attended and offered a free coffee.
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  • Beautiful church