Lund Cathedral (Swedish: Lunds domkyrka, Danish Lund Domkirke) in the southern Swedish city of Lund and the historic province of Scania in southern Sweden today, was built from 1104 in Romanesque style and is the oldest cathedral in Scandinavia. Asker, since 1103, the first Archbishop of Lund, 1123 consecrated the crypt. The finished cathedral was consecrated in 1145 by Archbishop Eskil the Lawrence of Rome. The towers were rather plain in the Middle Ages. Their present form they received from 1863 to a design by Helgo Zettervall. The cathedral is Episcopal Church since its establishment.