|The official cathedral for Gdansk is Oliwa (or Oliva as we'd be inclined to call it). The grounds include beautiful gardens and an old monastery. The interior of the cathedral is unlike anything I've ever seen. It appears to be mid-19th century romantic design.
The stained glass window above the altar appears to be surrounded by puffy marshmallow clouds with faces peering out. The organ, billed as the largest in Poland, is very much a romantic period instrument. I'm at a loss for how to describe it. It is very definitely a period piece, probably more at home playing Widor and Boellman rather than Bach.
For some reason, photography seemed particularly difficult in this space. Maybe because there were large crowds and it was difficult to find a place to brace the camera properly. Flash photography is expressly forbidden in most churches, and many request no photography at all. I did accidentally photograph a couple of churches before I discovered a very small sign in two or three languages except English requesting no cameras. Oh, well...