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Linkoping Cathedral

S:t Persgatan, Linkoping 582 28, Sweden
+46 13 20 50 60
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Great place to visit.

must go have a look, it's in the city centre. learnt a bit about the city's history, and it's the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Brisbane, Australia

If you like old buildings and specifically cathedrals this one is worth a visit for sure. Both the... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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For almost 800 years people have been coming to worship and pray at Linköping Cathedral. Work on the Cathedral was started in 1230, with the main building works being completed in 1520. The belfry and the west façade were added in 1885. Linköping Cathedral is the most impressive and expensive Swedish church building of the Middle Ages. Within the church you can see evidence of almost 800 years in which master craftsmen have expressed their faith in wood and stone
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S:t Persgatan, Linkoping 582 28, Sweden
+46 13 20 50 60
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Reviewed 1 week ago

must go have a look, it's in the city centre. learnt a bit about the city's history, and it's the tallest structure in town.

Thank iSamurai
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

If you like old buildings and specifically cathedrals this one is worth a visit for sure. Both the interior and the exterior is beautiful!

Thank Åsa U
Reviewed 5 September 2017 via mobile

We joined the guided tour of the cathedral which is provided at 11:00 daily. The tour was very interesting and we recommend it to everyone.

1  Thank Göran E
Reviewed 6 August 2017 via mobile

It's the principle cathedral for this part of Sweden. It's well worth a visit, but for me it's a 30 min stop over, not more.

Thank Magnus H
Reviewed 15 June 2017

Quite impressive in size; not so outstanding on the inside. Anyway, It is worth a visit if you are nearby.

Thank Ana L
Reviewed 10 June 2017 via mobile

If visiting linköping its worth a walk around the cathedral, just off the town centre with a voluntary donation of 20 sek for entrance fee. Inside some great example of carvings and masonry dating back 100s of years the cathedral is very clean and well...More

Thank Davebussell
Reviewed 8 June 2017

The at Burning Man 2007 was "The Green Man". A dear friend in my camp brought a large coffee-table book dedicated to that subject. One afternoon I read the book, and as I made it to the end, you know, where all the referencing is...More

Thank Eye E
Reviewed 19 May 2017

Lovely to walk around, wonderful with really family touches The floor is interesting also the lights in the floor and very interesting fossils.

Thank diving12
Reviewed 16 May 2017

I went on a Sunday so the gift shop wasn't open. I went through the church prior to service and I was in awe. I don't speak the language and yet the service was one of the most beautiful I have ever seen!

Thank R1018ELcindyh
Reviewed 3 May 2017

From what i've heard it is the second biggest cathedral in Sweden. It is well kept. It still has the air of old ages in it. But you can also see some changes that come with the modern era. It is a peacefull place. What...More

Thank Anna B
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