Printed on 230 g/m² paper
Printed in Malmö
Church of the Roses — church named after the apostle Johannes.
S:t Johannes was built between 1903-1907 and designed by the architect Axel Anderberg. 1906 was the planned year for the inauguration, but after a labor market conflict escalated the inauguration was delayed by a year.
Frans Andersson and O. Knutsson were the build-masters and the three church bells were cast by M & O Ohlsson in Lübeck in 1906.
The length of the church is 52 m with a ceiling height of 26 meters; the tower is 60 meters high.
The church is filled with roses, both carved in stone, carved in wood, and painted. Since the rose is a Christ symbol, and with the church's magnitude of interior roses, the St. John's church is called the Church of the Roses.
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