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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The Tourist (14 months ago)
There are toilets, just ask the person working there to open.
Simon Larsson (19 months ago)
Architecturally splendid, but the insides are also beautifully decorated. Even though the church is quite young, it excellently captures the Gothic style and is well worth a visit.
Hasse 'Hassan' Sørensen (20 months ago)
Very beautiful, especially on the inside
Greger Wikstrand (2 years ago)
This is a stunningly beautiful church in the middle of Lund. It is located at a convenient walking distance from the central station, the university hospital and the cathedral. Well, the outside of the church is fairly ordinary. A red brick church. But the inside of the church is stunning. My favourite part are the pillars which are made from red granite or porphyry which has been polished to a mirror shine. The church is often empty and quiet so it's a good place for prayer or meditation or just some calm during the day. There are also quite often concerts in the church. Often tickets can be obtained at the door.
Jasper Teunissen (2 years ago)
This church is more interesting than the cathedral in my opinion.
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