Lund Cathedral

The Lund Cathedral (Swedish: Lunds domkyrka) is the Lutheran cathedral in Lund, Scania, Sweden. It is the seat of the bishop of Lund of the Church of Sweden.

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Regional Characteristics Of Romanesque Architecture - Romanesque Churches in Scandinavia - Characteristics
... Stone churches, such as Aa Church, Denmark and Lund Cathedral, Sweden, have Lombard bands and paired windows, similar to churches of Lombardy and Germany ... tympanum as at Vestervig Church and Ribe Cathedral, Denmark Most churches have timber roofed naves, but ribbed vaulting over smaller spaces such as the chancel is common ... Larger churches such as Ribe Cathedral are vaulted ...
Lund Cathedral - Architects
... This is an incomplete list of the architects of the cathedral ... Carl Georg Brunius (1837–1859) Helgo Zettervall (1860–1902) Theodor Wåhlin (1902–1942) Eiler Græbe (1944–1967) see link svEiler Græbe Carl-Axel Acking (1970–1977) ...
Regional Characteristics Of Romanesque Architecture - Romanesque Churches in Scandinavia - Influences
... dividing the country into eight dioceses, and establishing many churches, cathedrals and monasteries from about 1060 onwards ... Lund Cathedral, Sweden, was made the seat of the archbishop for all of Scandinavia in 1103, but only the crypt remains from the 1130s, the rest being ... Bishop Absalon founded Roskilde Cathedral in Denmark in 1158 and the city of Copenhagen (1160–67) ...

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