Photographer's Note

Uppsala cathedral is the most famous Gothic cathedral in Sweden. The building went on from 1270 to 1435, when it was consecrated. Etienne Bonneuil a Parisian architect gave it its High Gothic character, similar to the French style of the time. It suffered several fires and was rebuilt in the 18th century, in the original style, inside; in a neo-Gothic style outside.
Personally, I find a difference of course, because of the red bricks which you hardly ever find on French cathedrals, but I like the pure, elegant lines.
I am adding some WS for more illustration.

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