A regal church that exudes peace and tranquillity.
Just a few minutes’ walk away from the Lund Cathedral, this magnificent and staggeringly beautiful church was designed by architect Helgo Zetterval in the Gothic Revival style and opened on the All Saints’ Day of 1891. Its brick-red façade is decorated with arched windows featuring intricate frames. Paired with tall, angular roofs and towering steeple, the church is a paragon of stately elegance.
The interior of the church is breath-taking and resplendent, with arched golden ceilings supported by ornate Corinthian pillars. A magnificent chandelier hangs from the ceiling, bathing the entire chapel in warm golden light. At the very end of the chapel, nestled in a small enclave, is the altar, surrounded by exquisite decorative windows underneath a deep blue ceiling that looks like the star-studded sky.