In lieu of a grand cathedral, Helsingborg has this modest church filled with treasures. It's one of the best examples we know of Danish Gothic architecture. It actually dates from the 14th century, but it took a century to finish it. You can take a look at it by strolling east from the harbor, but don't be disappointed as you approach the plain facade; the gems are concealed inside, including a trove of silver in the Vestry and Silver Chamber. Note the intricately carved Renaissance pulpit (1615) and the triptych from 1450, which always catches our eye. If the sun is shining, the modern stained-glass windows take on a particularly jewel-like tone. Artists such as Ralph Bergholtz, Erik Olson, and Martin Esmond created these windows, whose themes range from the Tree of Life to epic moments in the history of Helsingborg.