Skara Cathedral (in Swedish: Skara domkyrka) is a church in the Swedish city of Skara. The cathedral is the seat for the bishop of the Church of Sweden Diocese of Skara. Its history is traced from the 11th century, but its current appearance is from the 13th century. The church has a medieval crypt that was found in 1949 after having been buried under stones since the 13th century. A grave, containing a skeleton, was found in the crypt, which is within the oldest (11th century) part of the cathedral. The church is 65 meters long and the towers reach a height of 63 meters. We were contacted trough our website to undertake Roofing works ,Stripping off old copper and making good and removing timber that had dry rot . We built up a good working relationship with our Swedish partners. And the men on sight worked really well together and look forward to working together in the future. Please see our pictures off the project and signing contracts of Irish trades men working in Sweden.