Surprisingly the cathedral is only 100 years old, finished right at the turn of the century. It was bombed in World War II (what wasn’t?) and just finished a major reconstruction project in the late 90’s.
Unfortunately it was sunset when I paid it a visit and I wasn’t able to get inside for a tour. I made the most of the light, however, and took some of my favorite pictures of the trip.
Note: If the Radisson you are staying in has “SAS” attached to it you’re in for a treat. They’re nothing like the cookie-cutter hotels found in the US. In Berlin there’s a 100-foot tall fishtank in the center of the lobby, the Frankfurt Radisson is crazy circle and the Strand in Stockholm is like a castle. If you’re abroad book Radisson!