Katarina Church

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Katarina kyrka
Katarina kyrka January 2013 02.jpg
January 2013 view of Katarina kyrka from outside
Religion
AffiliationChurch of Sweden
RiteProtestant
Ecclesiastical or organizational statusParish church
Year consecrated1724
Location
LocationStockholm, Sweden
Geographic coordinates59°19′01″N 18°04′41″E / 59.31694°N 18.07806°E / 59.31694; 18.07806
Architecture
Architectural styleBaroque
Groundbreaking1656
Completed1695
Website
Official Website[permanent dead link]

Katarina Church (Swedish: Katarina kyrka) is a church building in Stockholm, Sweden. It belongs to the Church of Sweden. It was opened in 1695.[1] The church caught fire on 1 May 1723 and 17 May 1990.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Katarina kyrka och Allhelgonakyrkan" (in Swedish). Church of Sweden. Retrieved 11 July 2014.

Other websites[change | change source]

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