Churches and monasteries

Askeby kloster

Askeby Kloster is a ruined convent, which has long been relatively unknown even though it is right next-door to the cathedral city of Linköping. Many activities have been undertaken to spread ...

Kaga kyrka

Kaga Kyrka is a picturesque 12th-century church built by King Sverker the Elder. The church is richly decorated with paintings. It is located 7 km northwest of Linköping.

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Linköpings Cathedral

For almost 800 years people have been coming to worship and pray at Linköping Cathedral. Work on the Cathedral was started in 1230, with the main building works being completed in 1520. The belfry and ...

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S:t Lars kyrka

St Lars Church is right in the middle of Linköping, on the corner of Storgatan and St Larsgatan. It is a classic 19th-century church with a somewhat unique bell tower that chimes pleasantly three ...

Vist kyrka

Vist kyrka

The first stone church on this place was built in the 1350's and then another one in 1745. That church was destroyed in a fire in 1961. The present church was opened on Easter Day 1965. The old walls ...

 Vreta kloster

Vreta kloster

Vreta Kloster was founded as a Benedictine nunnery. Today remains partially reconstructed ruins and the church , Vreta klosters kyrka.

Vreta klosters kyrka

Vreta klosters kyrka

Vreta Klosters kyrka is one of the most interesting medival churches in Sweden, built in the 12th century. Next to the church you will fint the ruins of Sweden's oldest convent.  Take the road from ...