The gorgeous interior of the Anglican Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. This is not the church that dominates the St. John's skyline, that being the Roman Catholic Basilica of St. John the Baptist.
The Anglican Cathedral is, for obvious theological reasons, considerably less ornate but still impressive. There has been a church here since 1699, and it used to be the main cathedral of the Diocese of Newfoundland and Bermuda. An organist friend of mine told me this Cathedral has one of the most enviable organs in North America.
And, to compare, here is the interior of the Roman Catholic Basilica of St. John the Baptist. It was the largest Irish-built church in North America until St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York City, which was directly inspired by ours (their Bishop attended the consecration of ours and was embarrassed that "a few thousand fishermen" could erect a greater Cathedral than all the Irish in the United States"), surpassed it.
And here is a glimpse inside a typical building in downtown St. John's, the Anna Templeton Centre of the Arts.
Almost all of the buildings downtown have a similar old style, maintained to various degrees of authenticity, with small rooms.