City Plan Uppsala Sweden

Uppsala, Sweden, is a city known for its rich history and architectural heritage. While it may not have the same level of internationally famous buildings as Stockholm or other larger cities in Sweden, it still has several notable structures that are worth visiting. Some of the most famous buildings in Uppsala include:

  1. Uppsala Cathedral (Uppsala Domkyrka): This magnificent Gothic cathedral is one of the most iconic landmarks in Uppsala and one of the largest cathedrals in Scandinavia. It dates back to the 13th century and is the final resting place of several Swedish kings and notable figures.
  2. Uppsala University Main Building (Universitetshuset): This historic building is the main administrative and ceremonial building of Uppsala University. It features impressive architecture and is often used for academic events and ceremonies.
  3. Gustavianum: Located on the university campus, Gustavianum is the oldest standing building of Uppsala University. It houses a museum with a wide range of exhibits, including the famous Gustavianum anatomical theater, which is one of the oldest in Europe.
  4. Uppsala Castle (Uppsala Slott): Although a portion of the castle was destroyed by fire in the 16th century, it still serves as a symbol of Uppsala’s history and heritage. The surviving parts of the castle now house the Gustavian Library and the Uppsala Art Museum.
  5. Carolina Rediviva: This is the university library of Uppsala University and is one of Sweden’s oldest and most prestigious libraries. It is known for its impressive reading room and for being home to the Silver Bible, one of the oldest manuscripts in the world.
  6. Linnaeus Garden (Linneträdgården): While not a building, the Linnaeus Garden is a famous attraction in Uppsala. It is a botanical garden that was the former home of the renowned botanist Carl Linnaeus. The garden showcases a variety of plants and is a lovely place to visit.

These are some of the most famous and historically significant buildings in Uppsala, each contributing to the city’s cultural and historical significance. Uppsala is also known for its charming old town, which features well-preserved historic buildings and a picturesque atmosphere.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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