Its definitely worth a visit.. Historically rich.. Walking distance from the University which is another must see area..
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As part of my walk from Ideon to downtown Lund stopped in to see. Worth seeing. Smaller then the Cathedral but as old. A converted Catholic Church, run by Monks. After Reformation, converted to Lutheran. The area was visited by Pope and King of Sweden in 2016.
When we were there, they were singing Christmas songs, so it was quite nice. Unfortunately, we could not go upstairs. But try to go, because the view over the church must be amazing!
We were on a day trip to visit Lund Cathedral. Somehow we came across this church first and started to surf the net about it. We went into the church and it was vitally quite beautiful in there. Didn't waste our time at all .
Most people only visit the cathedral when in Lund. I can highly recommend this church as it is so different to the cathedral and so peaceful.
A big 19th century church, not the most beautiful one in Lund. But I do not go to churches mainly to enjoy the beauty. It is built with the use of red brick and lovely stained glass windows.
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