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St. Paul's Church

Malmö, Sweden

The Church of St. Paul was built in 1882. It was at the time considered to be almost "for free". Due to increasing population a church was needed and a cheaply designed one was quickly built. It is a round-church, shaped like a circle.



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Kungsgatan 32, Malmö, Sweden
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Founded: 1882
Category: Religious sites in Sweden
Historical period: Union with Norway and Modernization (Sweden)

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#mikemerone (4 months ago)
#mikemerone says you will love it. Top 3 in Malmo Sweden.
Alexander Mathioudakis (9 months ago)
I attended a friend's funeral in it. While it's commemorated to St. Paul, there isn't a single mural or picture glass window with the likeness of the saint in question.
Efrem Efre (10 months ago)
It was really awesome to visit that Church ⛪️ Church ⛪️ is really interesting ? amazing design and beautiful interior! Inside a lot of light which make all composition lightweight and sligh. I recommend to all visit that such a beautiful church ⛪️ ‼️
Marie Konan (11 months ago)
A very pretty church! When we came it smelled like candles and it was nice and warm inside. Perfect for a stop after a walk out in the cold!
Marcela Troncoso (2 years ago)
Beautiful church with an outstanding external design and magnificent roof shape, both outside and inside. Recently renovated. Open 9- 16 on weekdays and during mass on weekends. Perfectly located on pedestrian boulevard street Kungsgatan, surrounded by green areas and several floor buildings with nice facades. Interior in light colours, simple but extremely elegant decoration where the highlight is the wooden ceiling and an magnificent hunging lamps in bronze. Octogonal shape creates a sensation of unity and seats in the upper floor makes it suitable for big religious celebrations. Besides the outstanding building Saint Pauli is a very active church with an interesting schedule of concerts and other activities.
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