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As a spiritual space, the interior is impressive simply because of its spaciousness, which creates a sense of freedom without the usual emphasis on height. The organ, installed in 1841, is unusual. It's the biggest organ in the southern hemisphere and, since you're sensible enough to say that size doesn't matter, you should know it sounds good, too. The church has hardly changed since the organ's arrival.

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