The reverent and historical Riddarholm Church in Stockholm is the burial place for Sweden's monarchy. Located on the island of Riddarholmen, it is in close proximity to the Royal Palace. Monarchs are buried here from as early as 1290 AD.
One of the oldest structures in Stockholm, the building was originally erected as a monastery. It then became a church. A leisurely stroll through the church reveals the many generations of Swedish royalty buried there. The vast collection of coat of arms is also informative and pieces of history not found anywhere else. Most signs are in English for easy reading.
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