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Built in the 15th century and kept up well. Audio tours available. Note the alter screen with gold leaf, still the most expensive one made. And if you are an organ lover this one is impressive with 55 stops and 4200 pipes.
This is a very nice church built during the 15th century and it was inaugurated the same year as Christopher Columbus discovered America! Don’t expect the splendor of a Catholic Church, this is a Lutheran (although build when Sweden was a Catholic country) steeped in...More
This medieval church is most likely occupied by private gatherings in the summers. As a tourist you then are limited to stand at the way back in the church with no possibility whatsoever so see anything up close that is presented in the information folder...More
As a crown sits on top of the head giving the owner distinctive look so does this church dominates the surrounding town. To fully appreciate beauty of this holy place I must strongly encourage you to take a guided tour or talk to guides sitting...More
The church is important as the central part of the Gammelstads Kyrkstad, but is not what makes this place so beautiful. Sure, worth a visit while you're there, but it's only a part of the whole. Several interesting facts about its history though.
This view from this church is very nice and the surroundings are relaxing. I went into the church just to see that there was an open bible, one in English, maybe Lappish, finnish, swedish of course , may be spanish and german.
We baptiste our sixth grandchild 27 december in this Church and it so beautiful so i Think you must see it whith your own eyes, in the front there is a big wall with different stories from the bible like sculptures, if you wisiting Luleå...More