The Cathedral of the Assumption is a Roman Catholic church in the Cittadella of Victoria in Gozo.It is built in Baroque architecture, and its groundplan has the shape of a Latin cross.
Overlooking the waterfront of Sliema, the Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel stands out from a row of surrounding buildings both for its size and beautiful design. The neo-gothic building is a real gem of Balluta Bay, located within Saint Julian's seaside resort area, which is very popular among tourists.
Even though the Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception is not among the oldest Maltese churches, it attracts attention by its beautiful design featuring majestic staircases and elegant bell towers. It’s a large and impressive building with ornate interiors full of statues and paintings, most of which are dedicated to the Virgin Mary.
Though small and humble in its appearance and located on a narrow street of the old city of Valletta, the Church of Saint Paul's Shipwreck is one of the places, which attracts many of Christian pilgrims, since it houses St. Paul’ relics. This is one of the oldest churches in Valletta, built in honor of the most important event in the history of Malta, when Christianity was adopted by its inhabitants. The church has a rich history and beautiful interiors with many statues, paintings, historical artifacts and art objects.
The city of Mosta is famous for its long history and a majestic church widely known as Mosta Dome, which is also called the Rotunda of Mosta for its striking round form. Having 37 meters in diameter, the dome is considered to be one of the biggest in Europe and ranks ninth among the largest unsupported domes in the world. The giant church is a kind of Mosta touristic symbol and it is difficult to find a place in the city, from where it can’t be observed.
The Parish Church of St. Joseph in Msida was built in 1889 and replaced the the old church of the Immaculate Conception that used to serve as the parish church.
Located in the very center of Rabat, the Parish Church of St Paul is a mandatory tourist destination in Malta both for its historical significance and beautiful design. Decorated with multiple Baroque elements, the church provides a good idea of typical Maltese architecture of the 17th century, while offering visitors an exciting journey into the history of Christianity in the islands.
Sarria Church is a Roman Catholic Rotunda church in Floriana dedicated to the Immaculate Conception.
This church is located on Victory Square in Valletta. It was built in 1576 by the knights of St John order and rebuild in 17th century.
St. Dominic's Convent is quite little-known as a tourist attraction, although it deserves much more attention due to both the historical and religious background. In particular, in recent years it has attracted many pilgrims from all around the world due to a miraculous statue of the Holy Virgin, which is housed in the church associated with the priory.