This was the first Swedish crematory building, designed by Gustav Lindgren and built in 1909. It was taken out of service in 1989 and is today used as a chapel.
Of course, "crematorium" is a neologism introduced in the 1930s. We used to call this a "likbränningsanstalt" in Swedish, literally meaning "corpse burning facility". If you ask me, the original term is way cooler.
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