the pulpit (1700)
by Sculptor Burchardt Precht
stairway to the pulpit
under the pulpit is the tombstone of Olaus Petri, the Swedish Reformer
The altar of ebony and silver was
donated to the cathedral in the 1650s
by Councilor Johan Adler Salvius and his wife.
The Royal Pews are used only by
members of the Royal Family
when attending services at the Cathedral.
The pews were designed by Nicodemus Tessin the Younger in 1684
detail of the pew canopy
St, George and the Dragon
created by Berndt Notke of Lübeck in 1489
The Legend tells of a terrible
dragon that demanded human offerings
from the town of Selene as its price for not laying waste to the town.
The day the King's daughter is to
be sacrificed, St. George comes riding by,
On condition that the town's heathen inhabitants convert to Christianity, he slays the dragon.
carvings on a pew box
the facade for the organ is from 1789
This seven-branched candlestick is
over 12 feet high
has been in the Cathedral for over 600 years
(German, 15th century)
representation of the Last Supper
this Light Globe was created in 1972 by Toroff Engström
child's corner in the Cathedral
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