Lund Cathedral Overview
The Lund Cathedral is one of the oldest churches in Sweden, which is why one can marvel at the building structure throughout the day without getting bored. It was built in 1398 and depicted the medieval and Gothic culture fused uniquely. It is, in fact, one of the best places to visit in Sweden during a day tour. Two 55 meters watchtowers are present from where you will get a panoramic view of Lund's skyline.

Location: Lund Peninsula, Skane province, Sweden

Best time: Throughout the year

Highlights: Giant Fin embraced tower, the Crypt, the astronomical clock of the cathedral, 1300s oak choir stalls, 3.5 meters tall candelabra having seven branches.
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