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We came across this church down a side street, another UNESCO world heritage listed building in need of some paint repair. We were invited in and had a look at the crypt first before being amazed at the dome and nave whilst people were quietly...More
Less posh than the St Johns co cathedral but surely more romantic and also very beautiful. Especially the roof with many beautiful domes.
Also the stations of the cross are special. Do not forget the statues of St Paul and archangel Michael. A must see...More
This is a delightful little church just a little way off the tourist streets. We visited in 2017 and 2018. It is in the process of being renovated and much has been done since our first visit. There is no charge but a donation is...More
This is a beautiful gem of a church. There’s a board outside inviting you in that came across as a little cheesy and offputting, but I’m glad we overcame our cynicism and went in. It’s under restoration in part but my oh my it is...More
Accessed through a very unpretentious dorway from the street, the church is undergoing some much-neede restoration, particularly of its painted ceiling.
It's a very peaceful place away from Valetta's bustling streets.
We only popped in here because we'd just had a bite at the cafe next door, through a tiny door, found a really impressive church, with an interesting relic in a chunk of the column that John was allegedly beheaded on.
You have to go to the side door and Santa Lucia Street. It is undergoing some renovation which is a bit of a problem but it's still worth the visit. Actually the renovation should be complete by now so I'm enjoy.