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Mikael Church is a church building in Uppsala and belongs to the Cathedral Assembly in Uppsala diocese. The building is located on Skolgatan closest to the railway, and was built to serve what was then Uppsala's poorest area, Svartbäcken. The church could be built through a donation from August Mikael Posse. The church was designed by Axel Kumlien and was inaugurated on Mikaelidagen in 1892 and was called the Mikael Chapel at that time. The name here is not a saint name, but comes from the donor's name. At the end of the 19th century, various preachers served at the chapel. Among other things, in 1893 evening prayer for about 300 boys were held on Wednesdays and about 500 girls on Thursdays. In 1940, the chapel underwent a thorough renovation. The large altar window was set again and the interior was largely replaced. In 1960, the chapel came to be restored once again, and also came to be called the Mikael Church. Only now began to celebrate family worship and perform baptism in the church.
2. Evolutionsmuseet Paleontologi
The Museum of Evolution of Uppsala University is a natural history museum in Sweden containing the largest fossil collection in Scandinavia. The number of items in today's collection, which spans zoological, paleontological and mineralogical specimens, is approximately 5 million unique pieces, of which only a fraction are exhibited. Expeditions to China in the 20th century unearthed numerous unique paleontological treasures. The museum's collection contains three teeth of the Peking Man, found by paleontologist Otto Zdansky during an expedition to Zhoukoudian in 1921. Due to its large collection of type specimens the museum is an important establishment in the field of biological systematics, and it maintains an active exchange with other scientific institutions worldwide.
3. Carolina Rediviva
Carolina Rediviva is the main building of the Uppsala University Library in Uppsala, Sweden. The building was begun in 1820 and completed in 1841. The original architect was Carl Fredrik Sundvall. Later additions to the building have been designed by Axel Johan Anderberg and Peter Celsing. The name, literally "Carolina Revived", was given in remembrance of the old Academia Carolina building, which had functioned as the university library for most of the 18th century. Carolina Rediviva is the oldest and largest university library building in the country. It is also the site where the Codex Argenteus and the Cancionero de Upsala are kept.
4. Uppsala domkyrka
Uppsala Cathedral is a cathedral located between the University Hall of Uppsala University and the Fyris river in the centre of Uppsala, Sweden. A church of the Church of Sweden, the national church, in the Lutheran tradition, Uppsala Cathedral is the seat of the Archbishop of Uppsala, the primate of Sweden. It is also the burial site of King Eric IX, who became the patron saint of the nation, and it was the traditional location for the coronation of new Kings of Sweden.
5. Sankt Pers kyrka
Sankt Pers church is a church building in Uppsala diocese. It is located in the northeastern part of central Uppsala in the district of Kvarngärdet and is the most modern district church in Uppsala Cathedral Assembly. The church is located in the middle of the Kvarngärdet area and is located north of Kvarntorget where St. Olofsgatan ends. The church was completed and inaugurated in 1987 and is the third in Uppsala, bearing the name Sankt Pers church.
6. Uppsala slott
Uppsala Castle is a 16th-century royal castle in the city of Uppsala, Sweden. Throughout much of its early existence, the castle played a major role in the history of Sweden. Originally constructed in 1549, the castle has been heavily remodeled, expanded, and otherwise modified. Today the structure houses the official residence of the governor of Uppsala County, various businesses, and two museums.
7. Hedströmska kilen
Pagan's Wedge Park is a wedge park located in Upper Plaza near Startup Street, Cemetery Street and Guys Street. There are apple trees and twining hedges. The pagan gardener was lying at the scene earlier. The park has long been officially unknown, but has long been known as the wedge-shaped building of pagans. In 2013, Shangshasha decided that the park would also officially become a flounder wedge.
Tegnérparken is a park in Luthagen in Uppsala in Sweden. The park is bounded by Kyrkogårdsgatan, Ringgatan and Sibyllegatan. The park is named after the bald Esaias Tegnér but is often called the Giraffe park after a giraffe -shaped slide that was previously in the park. On October 10, 2015, the 19 -meter -high artwork was inaugurated the tenth chimney, designed by Jan Svenungsson, in the park.
Klosterparken is a park in the courtyard in the square in Uppsala. The neighborhood is located between the streets Svartbäcksgatan, St. Persgatan, Östra Ågatan and Klostergatan. In the park there is a herb garden and marked walls after Uppsala Franciscan Convention. In the monastery park there is also the rune stone Uppland runic inscriptions fv1972; 271.
Stabylyckan is a park between Tiundagatan and Stabbyskogen in the Stabby area of northwestern Uppsala. The stabbeck is dominated by eight different types of apple trees. There are also different kinds of lilacs, jasmine, peonies and roses. The plantings of Stabbeyckan include fists, knight's spores, spires, fenny heart, student nejlic and autumn flox.
11. Anna Petrus park
Anna Petrus Park is a park located on the King's Bed, up and down. It was gradually completed by the former industrial zone in 2014 and will be surrounded by residential areas with trade characteristics. The park has three sections, an activity park dedicated to park practice and skateboarding, a hill lawn, and a toy section. And solid grills.
12. Livets Ord
Livets Ord, literally Word of Life, is a megachurch in Uppsala, within the Swedish Word of Faith movement. Livets Ord is the foremost example of the Neo-charismatic movement in Sweden, closely related to Word of Faith, and it may be viewed as a Swedish expression similar to Pentecostal elements in American Christianity.
The Löten Church is a church located at Heidenstam Square, in Uppsala, Sweden, and is a district church of Gamla Uppsala Parish. Lötenkyrkan is one of forty partner churches that exist between the Church of Sweden and the Swedish Evangelical Mission. Hans Lindholm serves as the pastor of the Church.
Årsta Church is a church in Årsta, Uppsala, Sweden that was built in 1974, and was designed by Samuel Fränne. The church was originally owned by the Uppsala Missionary Congregation, but is now a district church in Vaksala parish. It has an ecumenical cooperation with the Swedish Salvation Army.
The Observatory Park in Uppsala is a park area in the Luthagen district that surrounds Uppsala University's old observatory. The park is bounded to the north by the economy area, to the east of Kyrkogårdsgatan, to the south of St. Johannesgatan, and to the west of Rackarbergsgatan.
The pump house is an information and meeting place, with exhibitions and education for school students. The house is located up and down the island bridge adjacent to tits. For nearly 100 years, the building exhibited water works and then became a municipal engineering museum.
17. Helga Trefaldighets Kyrka
Helga Trinity Church, also called the Trinity Church and the Farm Church, is a church building in Uppsala diocese. It is the main church in the Helga Trinity Assembly. It is located immediately south of Uppsala Cathedral and thus outside the territory of its congregation.
18. Uppsala moské
Salabacke Church is a church in Sala backe, Uppsala, Sweden that was opened in 1958. The church was designed by Sten Hummel-Gumaelius and is made of wood. It suffered an arson attack in 1993 but was later rebuilt with an almost identical design.
20. U 962
Shanghai Rune 962 is a rune stone located outside the church pulled up from the wall to the observatory. It was placed with three other stones, namely U 963, U 964, U 965. The edge part with the name of rice grain was rejected.
21. Gunnar Leches park
Gunner Leches Park is a park located near the Central Upper and Upper Station. It is restricted by the location of city residential streets, King Street and Oolofpalmes. The park is named after modern architect Gunnarleche.
Source Park is an anticlinal block park in Upper East Syrah. It began in use in the 1950s and was re-equipped in the summer of 2012. The park is named after Salayuan, which is located in the northeast corner of the park.
23. Uppsala domkyrkas skattkammare
Dog Barking is a park located in the downtown area on the upper mountain in the center, and it is the oldest public walking place in the city. Its three almar alleles were planted by Carl von Linn é in 1759.
25. U 963
Upplands runic inscriptions 963 is a runestone located outside the wall of Vaksala Church in Uppsala. It is placed together with three other stones, U 962, U 964, U 965. The top of the stone is turned off.
The Bank Guard Park covers an area of 0.37 hectares, so it is one of the smallest parks in the park. It is located in the town of Ludna province, centered on flounder and centered on the north of Daraban.
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