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The Uppsala Cathedral, on a cloudy evening, taken from the Uppsala Caslte...

Uppsala, around 70 km north of Stockholm, was for a long time the religious center of Sweden.

Built between 1260 and 1435, the Domkyrkan Cathedral is still the biggest one in Scaninavia. Allmost as high as it is long.

Since the middle ages, and until the end of the 18th century, all Kings and Queens in Sweden were crowned in this Cathedral. Several have their graves there, as Gustaf I Vasa.

The Castle of Uppsala hosts the Fine arts Museum of the city.

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Additional Photos by Youssef Chraibi (Coyotyto) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 365 W: 79 N: 251] (1305)
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