•Gothenburg Cathedral is situated in the city of Gothenburg and a prime local tourist attraction. Besides being a site of worship services, it also hosts classical concerts and recitals. This building has a neoclassical style.
The original cathedral was inaugurated in 1633. Even before that, for a period of about 12 years, the temporary Gothenburg stave church was at the site.
One night on the 15 April 1721, the cathedral among many other buildings burnt down. However the cathedral wall’s remained and was the base for rebuilding the cathedral over just 13 months. Then on the 20 December 1802, another fire caused even greater destruction destroying the graveyard and even the walls could not be saved to be re-used. It took about 23 years for the cathedral to be inaugurated.
This cathedral holds the record of being the first church in Sweden to be fitted with central heating, 1852. Over the years this cathedral has undergone significant renovations. Its current structure is 59.4 meters tall and it has a classical style.
•Skara Cathedral is situated in the city of Skara, in central Sweden. This Gothic designed cathedral dates back to the 11 century and the current structure from the 13th century. This 65 meter tall cathedral has been documented as containing a grave in its oldest parts (medieval crypt) dating from the 11th century. Today it is noted as being one of the largest churches in the country.
•Lund Cathedral situated in the city of Lund with bronze doors placed at the main entrance point. Among the five organs in the cathedral that are played at regulated times, the gallery organ is noted as being one of the largest in the country. The smallest organ in the cathedral is the astronomical clock that was made in about 1424. It was in storage for a number of years and then later restored in 1923 and since then been a functioning part of the building. This clock has a calendar board from 1923 to 2123, is able to follow the phases of the Moon and the times of when the Sun sets.
This cathedral has Romanesque architecture. It is estimated that in about the 1080s building commenced on this sandstone structure, and today it is recognised as one of the oldest cathedrals in Sweden.
•Linköping Cathedral has Linköping Castle as an opposite neighbour. The site of the cathedral had an original structure, used for religious worship, which was wooden and built sometime in the 11 century. Later it was converted to stone in the year 1120, and half the size of the present building. It needed to be expanded way back then in 1230. Then by the end of 1420, Gothic styled chapels were added to the current building. Corrosion of the copper plated roof has given the cathedral a distinctive green coloured roof.