The church is quite impressive building both from the outside as well as from the inside. It's located in the heart of Lund, you cannot not see it. Take a peak inside and go to see almost 900 years old piece of art!
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Make sure to go down and check out the "giant" Finn. Make sure you find out the story about how he built the church and tried to tear it down! Also try to see the big clock as the figures are moving. Both children and...More
Located in the middle of Lund is the impressive cathedral with its imposing twin towers. There is much to see in this medieval masterpiece (dating back to the early 1100's) including the crypt (with the Finn pillar & three rare bronze pillars), the beautifully carved...More
Very beautiful cathedral and I get never bored when visiting it for the 100th time. =) I would highly recommend a visit or two !
A wonderful building to explore, lots of roman and gothic arcitecture. The crypt is worth a visit too. It is well worth hanging arounfd to wait for the Astronomical clock to go off as it is magnificent to watch.
Have visited Lund a few times but have never stopped by the cathedral before. Wow, were we surprised. We are not religious people but found the cathedral both beautiful, serene, and interesting. Not super ornate, but definitely gorgeous Abd worth a visit. And it's free....More
Lund Cathedral is a lovely Romanesque church dating from the 11th century and still a focal point of everyday life in modern-day Lund. It is accessible for free and visitors should check the cathedral's web site beforehand so as not to miss the chiming of...More
We spent the day in Lund and the Cathedral was our first stop as it opened earlier than other attractions. It is a lovely peaceful building and just being able to walk around inside was a pleasure. The astrological clock was amazing and had me...More
This is a must visit structure in Lund. You will find history and religiosity entwined together for the people of Sweden and Lund in particular. It is very near to the Lunch City Hall and shopping area. I stayed nearby to this place and attended...More