Karlstad Cathedral

Karlstad, Sweden

Karlstad cathedral, which replaced an earlier one in a different location that was destroyed by fire, was built in the 1730 by design of Christian Haller. It is constructed of natural stone and brick which is plastered over. It took around sixty years to complete the interior decorations. The church, which is in a baroque style, has some neo-classical features. It has a light interior.


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Founded: 1730
Category: Religious sites in Sweden
Historical period: The Age of Liberty (Sweden)

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sofia karlsson lilliehöök (2 years ago)
Domkyrkan är vacker och personalen ser ut för att vara trevlig.
Pieter Jansens (2 years ago)
Mooie kerk zonder meer
Viktor Ivan (3 years ago)
Vacker och centralt belägen kyrka.
Krister Sandberg (3 years ago)
Fint och stämningsfullt. Bachs juloratorium!
Franz Erlinger (4 years ago)
If you ever go to Karlstad, make sure that you visit the Dome. It is a very beautiful building. During the summer the clock tower is open for visits too. Every Tursday in the evening (starting at around 19:00h, there is meditation classes in the church, hosted by a very nice priest.
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