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Organy w Katedrze Oliwskiej
Poland

Katedra Oliwska głównie słynie ze swoich wspaniałych rokokowych organów na których odbywają się w sezonie letnim koncerty organowe. Zostały one zudowane w latach 1763-88 przez Jana Wulfa z Ornety, ukończone przez organmistrza gdańskiego Fryderyka Rudolfa Dalitza. Składają się z 7876 piszczałek wykonanych z drewna dębowego, jodłowego, sosnowego i z cyny. Widok z wysokości 6m na organy

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Uploaded: 22/02/2010
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