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If you like old church architecture then you would get lost in this grand building. I only walked around on the outside as it was undergoing some renovations. However, it was fun just seeing the detailed architecture put into the old buildings of yesteryear.
St. Peter’s Church in Malmo is the oldest building in the city. This 14th century building is famous for its high wooden altar, one of the highest in Europe. The church also has a chapel attached to it. Worth a visit.
Too bad you can’t get in since the interior is undergoing renovations through December 2018. Much better churches to see across the bridge in Copenhagen. Better yet, go to the Roskilde Cathedral and couple it with a visit to the Viking museum nearby.
had planned to see church, last stop on my day trip around Malmo before heading home. I was over from Copenhagen.
nice looking church, great, tall spire, unfortunately at the moment it's closed for refurbishment. just my luck. a sign on the door apologised for...More
The church was in front of us as we left the car park it is a churck with a spire so we could see were we had left the car. The church is large and built in red bricks. We were unable to enter the...More
When I visited this church was shut. It was having some building works. There was still information on the door about the church and there was also a small tent nearby offering an alternative to the church.
This is Saint Peter’s Church of Malmo
The Building is beautiful and pretty much big and high. A little bit difficult to take a picture of the church in a whole frame since a lot of buildings are surround the church in a narrow range.