Stockholm Cathedral is located in the old city. It is the oldest church in Sweden. It is a brick Gothic building. The interior of the church is very big and beautiful. The Swedish royal family often comes here to worship. There are royal seats on both sides of the central passage of the church. People can't sit on them.
Stockholm Cathedral, also known as St. Nicholas Cathedral, is one of the oldest churches in Sweden. The interior of the church is beautifully decorated. The most famous sculpture of St. George's dragon slaughter is right here. Don't miss it. In addition, it is also the Royal Church of Sweden, where some royal celebrations or important national ceremonies are often held.
Stockholm, Sweden. Stockholm Cathedral, Stockholm Cathedral. Next to the palace is Stockholm's oldest cathedral, officially known as St. Nicholas Church. The construction of the church began in 1279. It was first completed in 1306. After that, it was continuously expanded and rebuilt. The church towers were added between 1736 and 1745. The cathedral is where the King of Sweden was crowned.
The attractions are very concentrated. The old city, the palace, the church and the Nobel Museum are all in that area. You can visit the whole trip on foot. There are many shops selling small commodities in the middle of the trip! _________ Just pay attention to the opening hours.
In fact, the churches are all beautiful, much the same. Grandpa at the front desk was very nice and told me that as long as I paid 40 yuan to go in and support the various renovations of the church, there was also a free toilet inside. Oh, it was in a super small door on the right side of the exit. It's nice to have a small picture in Chinese to explain it.
Characteristic architecture, exotic style, very fond of here
The church is located in the old city, near the palace. Ticket 40 SEK, open time 9-16. The church was founded in the mid-thirteenth century. Large-scale reconstruction and expansion were carried out in the 14th and 15th centuries. Most interior decorations adopt the Baroque style of the late 17th century, such as Royal benches, sermons and galleries. The church has life-size statues of St. George and the dragon, built in the late 15th century. The main visiting spots in the church include St. George and Dragon sculpture, oil painting doomsday trial, seven candlesticks (3.7 meters high), pulpit, silver altar, organ and so on. The silver altar is made of ebony and silver. It is solemn and solemn. The pulpit is magnificent and magnificent. In church, it's a good experience for a priest to go up to the pulpit and read scriptures.
Stockholm Cathedral, since the fifteenth century, the coronation of all Swedish kings has been held in this cathedral with the emblem of the Royal Knights of past dynasties, as well as a famous wood carving of St. George's dragon slaughter, which was carved in 1489. It is the largest one worth seeing in Nordic.
Adult tickets are 40kr, over 65 years old, 30kr. Chinese booklets are provided to understand the history of the cathedral, including seven candlesticks, the last judgment, St. George and Dragon, the Silver Tank, etc. My mother and I went in in the morning and enjoyed a moment of quiet in the cathedral before the tour group entered.