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The summer sun, high in a clear, blue sky, shines through Laburnum trees outside the Gothenburg Cathedral in Sweden's historic city. Gothenburg Cathedral is the seat of the bishop for the diocese of Gothenburg of the Church of Sweden. The main building was completed in 1633 and the current steeple completed in 1643. Laburnum, commonly called Golden Chain trees, are native to southern Europe but can now be found all over the continent. Prints available; for details click the Purchase link above.