The Church of Saint Clare or Klara Church is a church in central Stockholm.The Church of Saint Clare is located on Klara Västra Kyrkogata in the Klara area in lower Norrmalm. The Klara area takes its name from the church. This name has become synonymous with the old city that once occupied lower Norrmalm.HistoryThe Convent and Church of St. Clare was founded on the site in 1280s. In 1527, Gustav Vasa, King of Sweden, had the church and convent torn down. Construction of the current church started in 1572 under Johan III.The graveyard which is almost surrounded now by modern buildings was started in the 17th century.The church tower was built as part of restoration work in the 1880s and is 116m tall.
Klara Church, Klarabergsgatan 37, Stockholm, Sverige