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Old March 15th, 2013, 08:03 AM   #441
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Sweden: Skara cathedral

Another Cathedral in Sweden: Skara Cathedral/Skara Domkyrkan

It is a church in the Swedish city of Skara. The cathedral is the seat for the bishop of the Church of Sweden Diocese of Skara.
Its history is traced from the 11th century, but its current appearance is from the 13th century. The church has a medieval crypt that was found in 1949 after having been buried under stones since the 13th century. A grave, containing a skeleton, was found in the crypt, which is within the oldest (11th century) part of the cathedral.

The church is 65 meters long and the towers reach a height of 63 meters.

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Magnificent.

I am familiar with St. Elisabeth of Hungary, but she lived in the 13th century. This St. Elisabeth must be a different one.
I am not exactly sure about dedication of St. Elisabeth's in Košice, but St. Elisabeth of Hungary was born in Bratislava (or Pressburg/Pozsony) and today's area of Slovakia was part of Hungarian kingdom. So, I think it's almost sure, that cathedral in Košice is really dedicated to St. Elisabeth of Hungary.
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Sweden: Uppsala cathedral

Uppsala Cathedral (Swedish: Uppsala domkyrka) is a Cathedral located centrally in the city of Uppsala, Sweden. It dates back to the late 13th century and at a height of 118.7 m is the tallest church building in Scandinavia. Originally built under Roman Catholicism and used for coronations of the Swedish monarch, since the Protestant Reformation, it has been controlled by the Lutheran Church of Sweden. It is the seat of the Archbishop of Uppsala, the primate of Sweden.
In the Middle Ages, when all houses in Uppsala except the churches were one- or two-storey structures made of wood or sometimes bricks, the cathedral must have seemed even more enormous than today. The church was not the regular place of worship of laypeople until the Reformation. It was reserved for official services of the Catholic Church hierarchy (by the cathedral's canons). The parish churches in Uppsala were the Holy Trinity Church, or "Farmers' Church" (Swedish: Bondkyrkan) as it was often called; Saint Peter's church (Swedish: S:t Pers kyrka); Our Lady's Church (Swedish: Vår Fru); and a Franciscan friary. The last three had been built on the east side of the Fyris River (Swedish: Fyrisån), which was (and is) the central business district. They were successively torn down during the Reformation.
The Cathedral was also the coronation church for many of Sweden's kings and queens. It was the site of celebrating coronations from the Middle Ages until the end of the 17th century. Thereafter, up until 1872 (when Oscar II was the last Swedish monarch to be ceremonially crowned), Stockholm's Cathedral Storkyrkan was the official coronation church.
The biggest bell in Sweden, called Thornan, hangs in the northern tower of Uppsala Cathedral, having replaced bells destroyed in the Uppsala Fire of 1702. It was taken from Toruń, Poland as war booty in 1703 by Swedish forces of Carl XII during the Great Northern War.

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Uppsala Cathedral VI by H Sundholm (henriksundholm.com), on Flickr

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A number of Swedish kings and notable people were buried inside the cathedral:

Gustav Vasa, 16th century, King of Sweden. He is buried with his three wives, although only two are depicted on the sarcophagus designed by Willem Boy. The king was interred in what was once the Chapel of the Virgin Mary. The only remaining indication of the original intention of the chapel are the painted yellow stars against a blue background on its vaulted ceiling, symbols of Saint Mary in Catholic tradition,

John III of Sweden (son of Gustav Vasa) and his wife Catherine Jagiellon,

Carolus Linnaeus, 18th century world-renowned botanist,

Olaus Rudbeck, famous Swedish polymath and one of the discoverers of the lymphatic system (He also wrote Atlantica, a book in which he attempted to demonstrate that all peoples of the world originated in Sweden, and that Uppsala was the lost Atlantis),

Emanuel Swedenborg, 18th century scientist and mystic. He was not originally interred here, but his remains were transported to Uppsala from England in 1908,

Nathan Söderblom, 19th-20th century notable archbishop, Nobel Peace Prize recipient,

Eric the Saint, 12th century king and national saint,

Laurentius Petri, Sweden's first Lutheran archbishop,

Relics of Saint Bridget (Heliga Birgitta) and remains of her parents were placed in the chapel of Saint Eric,

Folke Johansson Ängel, Archbishop of Uppsala (1267–1277).

The tomb of 16th century Swedish king, Gustav Vasa, located in the back of Dom Kyrka behind the altar

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John III of Sweden (son of Gustav Vasa) and his wife Catherine Jagiellon

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In the cathedral is a small memorial to Dag Hammarskjöld, former Secretary-General of the United Nations, who was posthumously awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. A stone bears the inscription:

Icke jag
utan Gud i mig
Dag Hammarskjöld 1905 – 1961

The English translation is "Not I, but God in me."
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I am not exactly sure about dedication of St. Elisabeth's in Košice, but St. Elisabeth of Hungary was born in Bratislava (or Pressburg/Pozsony) and today's area of Slovakia was part of Hungarian kingdom. So, I think it's almost sure, that cathedral in Košice is really dedicated to St. Elisabeth of Hungary.
St. Elisabeth - patroness of the former parish church, now cathedral in Kosice, Slovakia, is the royal saint from Hungary and she lived in the 13th century. It is not sure whether she was born in Sarospatak (today Hungary) or in Bratislava (today Slovakia) - both sites were in the Middle Ages parts of the Hungarian Kingdom. So for us she is "from Hungary", for Germans she is "from Thuringia", where she lived since 4 years of age...
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Old March 16th, 2013, 10:11 PM   #445
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The biggest bell in Sweden, called Thornan, hangs in the northern tower of Uppsala Cathedral, having replaced bells destroyed in the Uppsala Fire of 1702. It was taken from Toruń, Poland as war booty in 1703 by Swedish forces of Carl XII during the Great Northern War.
yes, and you should give it back to Toruń, we are waiting
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Poland at the time, when the Thornan bell has been cast - link

Poland at the time of Great Northern War (when the bell was taken from Toruń as war booty) - link
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ok, I don't care at all.

I recommend all of you to look at Toruń's cathedral website (unfortunately not updated from few years).

http://www.katedra.diecezja.torun.pl/
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Smolny Convent - Cathedral of Resurrection of Christ, Francesco Bartolomeo Rastrelli, 1746-1835, Saint-Petersburg, Russia.

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Saint Isaac's Cathedral, Auguste de Montferrand, 1818-1858, Saint-Petersburg, Russia.
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I am not exactly sure about dedication of St. Elisabeth's in Košice, but St. Elisabeth of Hungary was born in Bratislava (or Pressburg/Pozsony) and today's area of Slovakia was part of Hungarian kingdom. So, I think it's almost sure, that cathedral in Košice is really dedicated to St. Elisabeth of Hungary.
Thank you for the information.
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Sweden: Stockholm cathedral

Sankt Nikolai kyrka (Church of St. Nicholas), most commonly known as Storkyrkan (The Great Church) and Stockholms domkyrka (Stockholm Cathedral), is the oldest church in Gamla Stan, the old town in central Stockholm, Sweden. It is an important example of Swedish Brick Gothic. Situated next to the Royal Palace, it forms the western end of Slottsbacken, the major approach to the Royal Palace, while the streets Storkyrkobrinken, Högvaktsterrassen, and Trångsund passes north and west of it respectively. South of the church is the Stockholm Stock Exchange Building facing the Stortorget square and containing the Swedish Academy, Nobel Library, and Nobel Museum.

The island Gamla stan (The old town) where Stockholms cathedral is located

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The most famous of its treasures is the dramatic wooden statue of Saint George and the Dragon attributed to Bernt Notke (1489). The statue, commissioned to commemorate the Battle of Brunkeberg (1471), also serves as a reliquary, containing relics supposedly of Saint George and two other saints. A copy from the early 20th century is found on Österlånggatan just south of the church.
The church also contains a copy of the oldest known image of Stockholm, the painting Vädersolstavlan ("The Sun Dog Painting"), a 1632 copy of a lost original from 1535. The painting was commissioned by the scholar and reformer Olaus Petri, a 19th century statue of whom is found on the eastern side of the church. It depicts a halo display, e.g. sun dogs, which gives the painting its name and in the 16th century was interpreted as a presage.
The monumental pulpit is the work of Burchard Precht in 1698-1702 and is in a French Baroque style. It became the model for a number of other large pulpits in Sweden. From the rear of its lofty sounding board issues widely billowing dragery, in front of which hover two large winged genii on either side of a radiant sun bearing the Hebrew letters יהוה. The relief on the front of the pulpit itself depicts the story of the Canaanite woman (Matthew 15:21-28). The door of the pulpit is adorned with a relief of Christ's head, while its pediment is crowned by a statue of Hope with putti on either side. Below the memorial are the arms of the Funck family who bore the greater cost of the pulpit. Beneath the pulpit and surrounded by an iron railing lies the worn gravestone of Olaus Petri.
The view down the central aisle of the church is dominated on either side by the Royal Pews, one facing the other on either side of the central aisle. They were designed by the celebrated architect Nicodemus Tessin the Younger and made by Butchard Precht. Each consists of a large enclosed box with decorated sides and back. High above each of the Royal Pews is a large royal crown forming a canopy above it, supported by two genii in flowing mantles, and from which billow sculptured hangings behind the royal seat, while above hover numerous putti. The royal seats are themselves upholstered in blue velvet with rich applied embroidery.
The main altar--"The Silver Altar"—is a wooden triptych with an ebony veneer with sculptured reliefs in silver in ascending order of the Last Supper on the predella; a large depiction of the Crucifixion of Christ between silver statues of Moses and John the Baptist in niches with small silver columns on either side; of the Burial of Christ (between silver statues of the evangelists Matthew and Mark; of Christ's Harrowing of Hell (between statues of the evangelists John and Luke; and on the pediment at top of the triptych, a silver statue of the Risen Christ between two reclining soldiers.
On either side of the Silver Altar is a sculpture holding a candle, one of St. Nicholas (the patron of the church) and the other of St. Peter, both designed by G. Torhamn and carved in oak by the sculptor Herbst in 1937. The rose window above and behind the Silver Altar was made in Paris in the 1850s, the first of a series of modern stained windows in the church contributed by various donors. The Silver Altar and the rose window above it fill the wall space formerly occupied by the apse of the medieval chancel removed by Gustavus Vasa when he expanded the fortifications of the Tre Kronor Castle, while the statue of the Olaus Petri monument at the back exterior of the church stands on the site of the medieval high altar.

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