The Uppsala Cathedral is the largest church building in Scandinavia, being 118.7 m high. The construction of the cathedral began in 1287, but it would take more than a century to complete the construction
In Suecia antiqua et hodierna, circa 1700
The Grave of Gustav Vasa of Sweden, in Uppsala Cathedral. Engraving made sometime between 1690-1710.
Uppsala Cathedral 1770
Uppsala Cathedral 1770 (Layout)
astronomical clock in Uppsala Cathedral, which was later destryed in a fire
Birger Persson till Finstas gravsten i Uppsala domkyrka
Entrance portal, closeup
Towers seen from reverse
Restaurering av de rostangripna spirorna inleddes 2019.
Crypt of Emanuel Swedenborg
Tomb of King Gustav Vasa and two of his wives
Oscar II Rex S & N
Gustaf Vasakyrkan, the Altar piece. This very big altar piece was originally made for the Cathedral in Uppsala. Foto: Xauxa 2003.