Allhelgonakyrkan

Lund, Sweden

The neo-Gothic Allhelgonakyrkan (All Saints Church) was built between 1887 and 1891. The tower is 72m high and of the highest buildings in Lund.

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Bredgatan 34, Lund, Sweden
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Founded: 1887-1881
Category: Religious sites in Sweden
Historical period: Union with Norway and Modernization (Sweden)

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en.wikipedia.org

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4.6/5 (based on Google user reviews)

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Tiago Novo Duarte (4 months ago)
Beautiful church in gothic style. Great acustics for children's orchestra :)
Kenn Madsen (6 months ago)
Beautiful and worth a visit
Sahar Kretschmer (8 months ago)
That’s nice, beautiful and we just light candles and wish everyone fulfill their dreams!
Ali Bagherzadeh Moghadam (2 years ago)
I recommend that you visit this place. Just check the opening hours :) Beautiful with amazing Architecture elements. The benches, the ceiling, the lights are very beautiful. The altar is decorated with beautiful glass. The sound of the organ being played can be heard in the prayer hall.
Nalinda Nissanka (2 years ago)
Old church and beautiful
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