7 Sights in Linköping, Sweden (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Linköping, Sweden. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 7 sights are available in Linköping, Sweden.

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1. Gamla Linköping

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The Outdoor Museum Gamla Linköping is an open -air museum in Västra Linköping, Östergötland. The open -air museum consists of three parts: the city block, Valla farm and Vallaskogen. In the city block, all buildings, with the exception of the Cloettaboda, which were inaugurated in 2012, have been moved to the museum from Linköping center. The properties are owned by Kulturfastigheter Linköping AB, a wholly owned subsidiary of AB Stångåstaden The Museum business is managed by the Outdoor Museum Gamla Linköping, which is a result unit within the Culture and Leisure Administration in Linköping Municipality in addition to the museum operations that are carried out about 30 apartments in the properties as private homes and it also exists premises for associations, shops and craftsmen. Until the summer of 2013, the Sjöbergska Outdoor Theater, which was demolished and replaced by the National Park Theater from 1921; This was then moved there from the Old People's Park and was inaugurated on May 9, 2015.

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2. Trädgårdsföreningen

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Flax Purchasing in the Horticultural Association is a huge green space and park area in the center of the city, 13 hectares. An operation and promotion association was formed on March 22, 1859 at a conference on flax purchasing castles. It was built by Gustav Swede Song of Ender, according to a sculpture in the park. In 1997, the garden association park began to restore the swamp. During the transfer of pelvis to rod toe, many ponds are formed. The nuclear ring stream has its current in the duck pond, behind the former soldier's home. The creek was rebuilt in the spring of 1998.

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3. Sankt Lars kyrka

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Sankt Lars church is a white -plastered church building erected in stone in central Linköping, Östergötland County. It is located on Storgatan between Stora Torget and Stångån. The church belongs to Sankt Lars parish. The church was sanctified to Sankt Laurentius. Historically, the congregation consisted of the countryside outside the city border, even though the church was located inside the city on the land of the Cathedral Assembly. The border with the Cathedral Assembly was changed in 1961 and now runs at Klostergatan, a block west of Sankt Lars church.

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4. Ansgarskyrkan

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Ansgarskyrkan Skvattram / Public domain

Ansgarxter Church is a church in the heart of Gottford Desberg, located at the Linen Buying Center. The church belongs to the pastor of Gothic Peace Mountain Parish and Linen Purchasing Parish Church. The General Assembly was declared split from the judgment meeting on January 1, 2006. The diocese interacts with the Righteous Fellowship, which also owns the church, on lentil procurement.

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5. Östergötlands Järnvägsmuseum

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The East Railway Museum is located in the open air area of cold current, and the old flax is purchased in flax. Here is the entire East Pacific Railway history, from narrow gauge vehicles, 891 mm or even 600 mm, to ASJ's drawing collection. In addition, there are a large number of steam locomotive models, which come from famous locomotives all over the world.

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6. Belvederen

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Belvederen is a building in Linköping, Sweden. It is located on Kjettilberget (Kjettil-hill) in the center of the town. The hill reaches 45 m over the lake Roxen and is the second highest point in Linköping. The building is 22 m high and was built in 1881. This gives the visitor a vantage point of approximately 67 m.

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7. Linköpings domkyrka

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Linköpings domkyrka This photo (C) Lars Aronsson / CC SA 1.0

Linköping Cathedral is a church in the Swedish city of Linköping, the episcopal seat of the Diocese of Linköping in the Church of Sweden. One of the largest Gothic cathedrals in Europe, it situated opposite Linköping Castle.

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