than 3 C since the latter parts of vihastar helsingborg fransar the 19th century. The cathedral is built in the Gothic style and is one of the largest in northern Europe, with towers reaching 118.70 metres (389.4 ft). The Gösta Knutsson children's book series Pelle Svanslös are set in Uppsala. In 1274, Östra Aros overtook Gamla Uppsala as the main regional centre, and when the cathedral of Gamla Uppsala burnt down, the archbishopric and the relics of Saint Eric were moved to Östra Aros, where the present-day Uppsala Cathedral was erected; it was inaugurated. Billarm, erfarenhet och statistik visar att billarm avskräcker tjuven och gör så att både du och bilen är trygga. Next to Gustavianum is the 18th century Archbishop's Palace, the official residence of the Lutheran Archbishop of Uppsala and the primate of the Church of Sweden.
See also edit References edit Further reading edit William Coxe (1785 "Upsala", Travels into Poland, Russia, Sweden and Denmark (2nd. Komradio, vi hjälper dig med kommunikationen i ditt fordon! In the History Channel's Canadian-Irish TV series Vikings, Uppsala is visited by Ragnar Lothbrok and his entourage to worship the Aesir Gods and offer a human sacrifice to appease them. Stockholm, Gothenburg and, malmö.
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3 4 The Fyrisvellir plains along the river south of Old Uppsala, in the area where the modern city is situated today, was the site of the Battle of Fyrisvellir in the 980s. Between January 1814 and January 1987, Uppsala experienced 23 months that were colder than 10 C (14 F). Meanwhile, the built-up areas have expanded greatly, and some suburbanization has taken place. Säkerhet, körglädje och design » Läs mer. Today's Uppsala was then called Östra Aros (Eastern Aros, to differentiate it from Western Aros ). Climate data for Uppsala, Sweden (19812010 normals Extremes 1722present Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year Record high C (F).7 (51.3).9 (53.4).2 (68.4).8 (80.2).8 (91).5 (94.1).4 (99.3).3 (93.7).8 (82). Officially reopened in 1595, following the Uppsala Synod in 1593.