There are over 300 churches on the island of Malta, but the Rotunda in Mosta is one of the most fascinating and beautiful places I know. It's worth going in, sitting down and just soaking up the atmosphere of the place - watch the tourists file in and out with their guides; watch the locals go about their day-to-day church business and admire the ornate artwork and magnificent dome. See if you can spot where the bomb came through the roof during WWII.
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