This is billed as UNESCO site. This place is too far from city proper. This has nothing interesting to offer. Bland and over praised. more »
Gunnar Asplund and Sigurd Lewerentz - two of the most renowned Swedish architects - joined forces 1915 to design this cemetary, which became a UNESCO World Heritage in 1994. With its vast natural... more »
Lovely and peaceful cemetery. It really feels like you are in the woods. If cemeteries is your thing you should definitely go!
Camera, a good camera is not a must if you are heading to a cemetery, right?! But what if it's a registered piece of art with UNESCO?! The atmosphere of Skogskyrkogården is such a unique combination of art, architecture and nature(mainly forest) that it easily succeeds the "death" concept. Its is alive. Make sure that you go there, it's a public place, open to all and I am sure you will enjoy singing of birds in few hours of peace and meditation experience
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