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Dating back to the 13th century, this church has a distinct character and history. It is the oldest in the Old Town and is home to several relics as well as an impressive statue of Saint George fighting the Dragon. Storkyrkan can pique almost...more
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Having visited countless other cathedrals in the world, this cathedral is unique in its simplicity yet still instilling a sense of grandeur. Very elegant and tasteful and worth a quick drop by if possible
After a surprisingly interesting visit to the Royal Palace, we visited the Stockholm Cathedral. Although we were not able to tour the cathedral because of a musical performance, the J S Bach organ concert which we happened upon was wonderful. The interior of the cathedral...More
Walking up Storkyrkobrinken street we reached the Storkyrkan or the Great church, dedicated to Saint Nicholas. The interior in brick Gothic, contains a beautiful wooden St George and the dragon and several baroque altars.
This beautiful church is not far from the Royal Palace. It probably is worthwhile to go inside and see, as it is not that expensive. You can take a tour of the tower. Amazing place even if not as impressive as some other cathedrals around...More
Just across the royal palace, take a couple of minute To visit it.
Just the statue of St. George fighting the dragon worth your time! Really inspiring and pretty.
There is also a painting of Vädersolstavlan
Its not suppose to be thé original but i...More
Nor its location in the old town nor its architecture are really impressive - no comparison to the cathedral at Uppsala. Dedicated to St.Nicholas and often called 'Storkyrkan' (the big church) it has an exterior with a rather modest tower in baroque style, while its...More
A beautiful church, very peaceful and I reckon a concert there would be amazing. Unfortunately I didn't have the opportunity. There is a charge of 20sek for an audio tour to run on your smart phone. Well worth the price.
Gamla Stan is Stockholm’s historic old town and home to the Swedish Royal Palace. It’s the most central island of Stockholm and accompanied by the small island of Riddarholmen, mainly known for its famous Riddarholm Church. Gamla Stan tends to be a bit touristy at times but is definitely worth visiting: take a stroll past the well-preserved buildings and through the small (and also Sweden’s narrowest)
alleys, which will make you feel like you’ve travelled back in time. This neighborhood offers a great combination of historical buildings and traditional Swedish restaurants.
Hello The Stora Kyrkan in Gamla Stan is not Catholic. If you are looking for a Catholic mass then you can go to Saint Eugenia Kyrkan it´s at Kungträdgårgsgatan 12. Saturday mass at 09.30 and 12.15 in Swedish. Mass on Sunday... More
Hello The Stora Kyrkan in Gamla Stan is not Catholic. If you are looking for a Catholic mass then you can go to Saint Eugenia Kyrkan it´s at Kungträdgårgsgatan 12. Saturday mass at 09.30 and 12.15 in Swedish. Mass on Sunday in Swedish is 08.00 09.30 and Highmass 11.00 and English is at 18.00. The main Catholic Catherdral ( Katholska Domkyrkan ) on Folkungsgatan 48 has mass Saturday 09,00 in Swedish. On Sunday Italien at 08.45 Latin and Swedish 09.45. Swedish 11.00 . Croatian at 12.30 . Spanish at 14.00 polish at 17.00 ans finally Swedish at 18.30. Please revert if you need the times for the Stora kyrken as well. Hope this was helpful.