A Lutheran church called a Cathedral (it used to be) Were pleased to attend an organ concert there one evening
About Stockholm Cathedral
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Right next to the Royal palace, the cathedral strikes you with its simplicity. Once inside, however, I was surprised by the "warm&welcoming" feeling that it gave me: the golden decorations, the brownish color of the bricks and the beige of the walls, the dark yellow...More
This is a must see when you are on the island Gamla Stan in Stockholm. Its very beautifull on the inside, with some exquisite decoration. When we where visiting this church, the choir was practicing, and we even just sat down to listen for a...More
There is much imagery of power in Stockholm as various figures in history used it to tell of their own prowess, bravery, importance. Here an amazing statue of St George slays the dragon. The dragon represents the Danish King Christian 1st, so the princess would...More
The oldest church from the city of Stockholm, Storkyrkan in Swedish, placed in Gamla Stan have his history and beauty. Two important pieces are here. One is the beautiful and amazing statue of Saint George killing the Dragon, a unique sculpture made from wood but...More
Once you're in Gamla stan, this has to be one of your stops. Its a beautiful cathedral bang in the heart of the old city. Its a peaceful, relaxing experience that helps from the hustle and bustle of the city.
An interesting interior with exposed bricks. It is not your typical protestant cathedral, it is very interesting and quite recommendable to visit.
Coming across the Cathedral on my first day, I was thrilled to see a notice advertising an organ recital that evening. All Bach. Magnificent.
The architecture is distinctive, especially the interior. Decoration has brightened it up. A nice surprise!
We had an outstanding English guided tour of this stunning church with Walter as our guide. I had vowed not to spend my time in Europe in cathedrals, but I'm so glad I spent a couple hours here. To top things off, while we there...More