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  1. Diocese of Uppsala - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

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    The Diocese of Uppsala (Swedish: Uppsala stift) is the archdiocese of the Church of Sweden, established in the 11th century.Spanning across Gävleborg County, Stockholm County and Uppsala County, it uses the Uppsala Cathedral as its seat.

  2. Uppsala - Wikimedia Commons

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    Aug 02, 2018 · The gravestone of Carl von Linné and his son in the cathedral Uppsala Cathedral in Uppsala, as viewed from Uppsala Slott. Façade of Uppsala Cathedral in Uppsala.

  3. Uppsala domkyrka – Wikipedia

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    Uppsala domkyrkas godsinnehav med särskild hänsyn till perioden 1344-1527. Studier till Det medeltida Sverige, 0347-7495 ; 2. Stockholm: Vitterhets-, historie- och antikvitetsakad. Libris länk. ISBN 91-7402-043-9 Uppsala domkyrka = Uppsala Cathedral : katedral genom sekler : ett samlingsverk. Uppsala: Domkapitlet. 1982. Libris länk

  4. The most outstanding building in Uppsala is the Domkyrka (Uppsala Cathedral), Scandinavia's largest church building (118.70 m (389.44 ft) high). Together with Uppsala Castle it has dominated Uppsala's skyline since its construction in the 13th century and can be seen from a long distance outside the city, other tall buildings being rare.

  5. Uppsala Cathedral - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ...

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    Nov 13, 2014 - Uppsala Cathedral, the largest in Scandinavia, built on the site of Saint Eric's martyrdom in 1273. Sweden

  6. Uppsala - Wikipedia

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    Uppsala (Swadish pronunciation: [ˈɵpːˈsɑːla]; aulder spellin Upsala) is the caipital o Uppsala Coonty an the fowert lairgest ceety o Swaden, efter Stockholm, Gothenburg an Malmö.

  7. Gothic architecture is a way of planning and designing buildings that developed in Western Europe in the Late Middle Ages. Gothic architecture grew out of Romanesque architecture, in France in the 12th century. Gothic architecture spread across Europe and lasted until the 16th century when Renaissance architecture became popular.

  8. Uppsalako katedrala - Wikipedia, entziklopedia askea.

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    Historia. Bikingoen Aroa amaitzean Gamla Uppsalako (Uppsala zaharra) tenplo paganoa ordezkatu zuen eliza kristau batek. 1204an suak kalte handiak eragin zizkion eta toki egokiago batean (5 kilometro hegoaldera) katedral bat eraikitzeko baimena eman zuen Alexandro IV.a Aita Santuak 1258an. 1272an Östra Aros herrian (gaur egungo Uppsala) Fyris ibaiaren ertzean hasi ziren eraikina altxatzen.

  9. Róbert Bárány - Wikipedia

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    Róbert Bárány (n. 22 aprilie 1876, Viena, Austro-Ungaria – d. 8 aprilie 1936, Uppsala Cathedral Assembly[*] , Suedia) a fost un medic neurolog și fiziolog austro-ungar, de origine evreu, stabilit ulterior în Suedia, care, pentru cercetările sale privind fiziologia și patologia aparatului vestibular (urechea internă) primește în anul 1914 Premiul Nobel pentru Medicină

  10. Carl Linnaeus (23 May 1707 – 10 January 1778) was a Swedish botanist, physician and zoologist who created the binomial nomenclature. In this system, every kind of animal and plant is given a name consisting of two Latin words, for its genus and species . [2]