Sofia Church, Stockholm, Sweden
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Sofia Church, Stockholm, Sweden

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Sofia Church named after Sofia of Nassau 1836-1913, Queen of Sweden 1872-1907) is one of the major churches in Stockholm, Sweden. It was designed during an architectural contest in 1899, and was inaugurated in 1906.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sofia_kyrka

  • rutbel restrepó about 1 year ago
    no soy creyente, pero las iglesias me fascinan.
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