The following is a list of cathedrals in Sweden. A cathedral church is a Christian place of worship which is the chief, or 'mother' church of a diocese and is distinguished as such by being the location for the cathedra or bishop's seat. In the strictest sense, only those Christian denominations with an episcopal hierarchy possess cathedrals ...
Since 1164, Uppsala has been the ecclesiastical centre of Sweden, being the seat of the Archbishop of the Church of Sweden. Uppsala is home to Scandinavia's largest cathedral – Uppsala Cathedral. Founded in 1477, Uppsala University is the oldest centre of higher education in Scandinavia.
The Cathedral of Uppsala (Swedish: Uppsala domkyrka), found in the city of Uppsala, Sweden, was built in the late 13th century.It is at a height and length of 118.7 m is the largest church building in Scandinavia.
Uppsala Castle was supposedly seriously damaged by fire in 1702. Reconstruction took many years and was indeed hampered by the remains of the castle being used as a quarry for stone to be used in building Stockholm Palace. Uppsala Castle was the administrative center of Uppland and the site of the Hall of State (Swedish: Rikssalen) for
The Cathedral of Uppsala ( sv. Uppsala domkyrka), located centrally in the city of Uppsala, Sweden, dates back to the late 13th century and at a height of 118.7 m is the largest church building in Scandinavia.
Uppsala Cathedral, seat of the Archbishop of Uppsala. In 1531, Laurentius Petri was chosen by King Gustav I of Sweden (Vasa) to be archbishop, taking that privilege from the pope and in effect making Sweden Protestant.
Uppsala is a city in Sweden. It is the 4th biggest city in Sweden, and the center of the Church of Sweden. The city is home to the well-known student residential area of Flogsta. It is the largest student residence in the city. It is also known for the 'Flogsta scream'.
Catedral de Uppsala ou Upsália (em sueco: Uppsala domkyrka) é uma catedral gótica situada no centro da cidade de Uppsala, na Suécia. A sua construção remonta ao fim do século XIII . Alcançando uma altura de 118,7 metros, constitui a construção religiosa mais alta da Escandinávia .
As early as the 3rd century AD and the 4th century AD and onwards, it was an important religious, economic and political centre. Early written sources claim that already during pre-history, Gamla Uppsala was well known in Northern Europe as the residence of Swedish kings of the legendary Yngling dynasty.
Namnet Uppsala Cathedral Schole, eller Katedralskolan, används först under 1720-talet.  Detta namn bestod till år 1857 då det officiellt ändrades till Högre elementarläroverket i Uppsala.  Detta ersattes senare, år 1878 i samband med den nya lärostadgan, med namnet Högre allmänna läroverket i Uppsala.