Skeppsbrokajen, Karlskrona, SE, 371 33

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    »Kungsholm Fort

    The Kungsholm Fort in Karlskrona was built in 1680. Even today, the fort shelters military personnel and equipments.

    Stortorget 2
    Karlskrona, 371 34

    »Fredrikskyrkan

    Fredrikskyrkan stands today as an eclectic Baroque church that is counted amongst the prominent attractions of Sweden. Built in 1744, the church bears the name of the Swedish King Fredrik I. The impressive architecture is the brainchild of Nicodemus Tessin the Younger, who has incorporated beautiful features into it. The altar, the pulpits and the carillon with 35 bells are all an admirable sights. The gold and silver work on the facades, especially the organ, is also very awe-inspiring. A fine piece of work!

    Stortorget
    Karlskrona, 371 31

    »Stortorget

    Stortorget is Karlskrona's central square that is home to all the hustle bustle of this small locality. The square is a thriving center of activity, abuzz with lively local events and celebrations all year round. Besides celebrations, the Stortorget also serves as grounds for flea markets like the Lovmarknad where fresh local produce is out on sale. If you wish to explore the true colors of Karlskrona, then a tour of this central square would be sufficient.

    Stortorget
    Karlskrona, 371 21

    »Trefaldighetskyrkan

    Trefaldighetskyrkan or the Holy Trinity Church is an architectural masterpiece that holds a special position in the list of UNESCO's World Heritage Sites. The church's cornerstone was laid in 1697 and its construction continued until circa 1709. Boasting of a spectacular domed roof, classy interiors, richly decorated altarpiece and a stunning organ and facade, the church is a must visit for those who love to see archaic structures. If you happen to be in Karlskrona, a visit to the Trefaldighetskyrkan is a must.

    Stortorget 11
    Karlskrona, 371 31

    »Amiralitetskyrkan

    Listed under UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Amiralitetskyrkan is a grandiose Swedish church completely made out of wood. Dating back to the early 17th Century, the church boasts of a splendid facade, beautiful altarpiece, stunning pulpit and a plethora of epitaphs. For those with an amazing aesthetic sense, the Amiralitetskyrkan is surely an eye-pleasing site. Call ahead for details.

    Vallgatan 11
    Karlskrona, 371 31
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