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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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Address

Kungsgatan 32, Malmö, Sweden
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Details

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

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Li Rågholm (7 months ago)
A nice church worth a visit if you have the time. Beautifully situated by an avenue (which is a quite nice walk :))
Dory Ali (8 months ago)
A very welcoming church, and so lovely people inside
Kevyn Danuway (16 months ago)
very beautiful, Visit this warm and welcoming church.
Cecilia Minamizen (16 months ago)
Visit this warm and welcoming Church.
Jack Forsberg (2 years ago)
a special small little church in an exciting allé
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