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Sankt Petri Church, Malmö

Sankt Petri Church, 2013.
Interior from the altar.

The Sankt Petri Church (Swedish: Sankt Petri kyrka) is a large church in Malmö, Sweden. Construction started in 1319.[1] It is built in the Gothic style and has a 105-metre (344 ft) tall tower.

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  1. ^ "Malmö" Encyclopædia Britannica, New Werner Twentieth Century Edition (1907), Volume XY: Loo-Mem, pages 339–340.

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