Churches/ Cathedrals in Island of Malta

Churches & Cathedrals in Island of Malta, Malta

Churches & Cathedrals in Island of Malta

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  • Theodoti
    Nicosia, Cyprus2,029 contributions
    Absolutely beautiful cathedral. The audio guide is very helpful and it takes a while to fully explore this cathedral. A must see when you visit Malta.
    Written May 26, 2022
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  • pink611
    Derbyshire, UK993 contributions
    Beautiful surrounding area, could sit and look at this church for hours. Went to Valetta but still this is my favourite. Truly magnificent.
    Written May 22, 2022
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  • ORD-TGU
    Tegucigalpa, Honduras6,159 contributions
    I was staying at the hotel opposite the front of church, I did enjoy hearing the bells ring at multiple times of the day, plus Sunday morning and also a wedding.
    Written May 6, 2022
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  • andycoldham
    Crawley, UK825 contributions
    This grotto is easily missed but its on the main road from the village to the bay opposite the main church. There are 78 steps down to the grotto so its not suitable for anyone dodgy on their feet, Once inside there is a small place of worship, so be respectful and letters and photos from parishioners seeking divine help. One plus point is that it is free to visit.
    Written March 31, 2022
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  • Clerkenwellman
    London, UK79 contributions
    I wandered into this place at random and was confronted with a wealth of artefacts and architecture built on the side of the hill. Some extraordinary silver. And I think some relics. Impressive,
    Written December 10, 2019
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  • Andrew
    16 contributions
    We came here to see the Mosta dome and were not disappointed. On entry we were met by a most delightful lady by the name of Grace. She was incredibly informative and funny and gave us some excellent history of the place. Her mother was actually praying there when the bomb hit the dome in the Second World War and one of her sisters was born in the room in the underground shelter! Grace helped make the experience an absolute joy and so thank you Grace should you read this.

    We paid the extra admission charge so we could go on an hours tour of Mosta on a vintage Austin bus and that was also a highlight. Mosta was another memorable experience on the fantastic island of Malta which has exceeded all expectations.

    An incredibly historic island, wonderful people like Grace and so much to see and do. Thank you Malta!
    Written May 13, 2022
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  • Roberts69
    Northampton, UK16,856 contributions
    Whilst on holiday in Malta we visited the enchanting fishing village (town) of Marsaxlokk. As well as the colourful traditional boats and waterfront eateries the 'Church of Our Lady of Pompei' that sits just back from the harbour in a little village square is well worth a quick visit. Built in 1890 this is a very attractive church inside and out, with it's twin bell towers and single dome and is certainly worth 15 minutes of your time when in Marsaxlokk.
    Written September 6, 2019
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  • T0urist7
    Warsaw, Poland1,397 contributions
    St Clairs is an example of a rather interesting modern religious architecture. I would appreciate more if I did not visit so many churches during my stay in Malta.
    Written November 1, 2019
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  • 634lane
    West Malling, UK72 contributions
    you have to walk around and review everything you see the views and architecture are amazing soak up the area and the architecture
    Written July 11, 2018
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  • Joe L
    141 contributions
    Very impressive church filled with gold and more gold. Everywhere you turn, there is gold. Do not use flash for photos.
    Written May 6, 2022
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  • James N
    London, UK137 contributions
    The church was only open during prayer times in the morning and evening. The service was conducted in Maltese on Santa Maria day
    Written August 21, 2021
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  • Alexander B
    4 contributions
    Really worth visiting. Long drive but absolutely worthed. The chapel is very small but you can feel the holiness of it.
    Written May 18, 2022
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