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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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Praveen Kumar (7 months ago)
Amazing architecture and gives you a peaceful vibe when you get in. Parking shouldn't be a concern. Worth a visit with family before heading to a cafe.
Mohamed Bucheeri (2 years ago)
Very nice church, unfortunately it was closed The details are really amazing One of the best stops here in Malmö I like that the history of the place is explained in details in a sign
Miguelito Cocinero (2 years ago)
Beautiful church love the white ! Most of them have a green ugly tip but this one is beautiful :)
#mikemerone (3 years ago)
#mikemerone says you will love it. Top 3 in Malmo Sweden.
Alexander Mathioudakis (3 years 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.
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