Svenka kyrkan's Cathedrals
Here is Wikipedia's list of the Swedish Church's Cathedrals: Svenska kyrkans domkyrkor
Dalby Heligkorskyrka in Dalby, Skåne
This was a temporary Cathedral about 1060 to 1066 and the bishop was Agino.
The diocese covers Bohuslän and Halland, and the southern parts of Västergötland.
For a short period in the 11-th century (until 1060) it was the first Cathedral in Sweden before Skara took over.
The diocese covers Jämtland, Härjedalen, Medelpad, and Ångermanland.
It opened 1846 and the architect was Johan Adolf Hawerman.
It is Sweden's smallest cathedral and is considered one of the finest examples of Neoclassicism. It is 46 m tall.
Kalmar Cathedral, Småland
Kalmar Diocese was created in 1603 but was included in Växjö Diocese in 1915.
Karlstads Cathedral, Värmland
The diocese covers most parts of Värmland and Dalsland, and smaller part of Närke.
The church is 43 m tall.
Was Cathedral 1583-1687.
Storkyrkan Cathedral, Stockholm