I saw this church from the balcony of my hotel and decided to go for a look about. It is a beautiful church and many ruins. It also has St Paul's Pillar (St. Paul was allegedly tied to this pillar in 45 A.D. and was given 39 lashes for preaching Christianity)
It is easy to find - If you head up towards Bar Street you will see an Italian Restaurant on the right corner (Called Grazie) and a school on the left corner. If you turn left past the school you will see the church.
The church is beautiful inside and i was lucky enough to see a wedding taking place there. There is lots of nice areas to take photos. And when you get to the other end before heading out the gate turn up to the right and there is the ruins of the Frankish Baths for you to see too.
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