Mdina Cathedral is worth visiting despite the entrance fee. The museum could be anywhere but the cathedral itself is Maltese history and a reminder of the deep spiritual heritage of the islands.
The most notable feature of the cathedral is the abundance of red wall hanging fabrics which make the interior colourful and at the same time deaden the sound.
It's peaceful and prayerful, a space to pray and to listen, though over-elaborate to my taste.
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