The Cathedral or the Domkyrka of Uppsala is the biggest in the whole of Scandinavia. This is a Gothic marvel of architecture that has two tall spires. The rose hued cathedral stands at a height of almost four hundred feet.
The interiors are no less impressive, Gothic on the inside, just as on the outside. The cathedral houses relics of St Erik. It also has a number of notable tombs, as well as a tiny museum filled with ecclesiastical treasures.
The Uppsala Cathedral was begun construction in 1287. The previously smaller cathedral was replaced by the cathedral. The cathedral was designed to impress, and also upstage the colossal Nidaros Cathedral in Norway. The cathedral was built in almost a century. The Uppsala Cathedral was devoted to the St Olaf, the patron saint of Norway, St Erik, patron saint of Sweden, and St Lawrence [...]