Churches

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St. John's Co-Cathedral

St. John's Co-Cathedral

The Co-Cathedral of St. John, designed by the Maltese architect Gerolamo Cassar and built by the Knights of St John Order between 1573 and 1578, is simply a “must see” for any Valetta tourist. In 1816, according to a papal decree, this architectural masterpiece and one of the most outstanding buildings in the Malta capital achieved a status equal to the one of St Paul's Cathedral in Mdina, the official seat of the Malta Archbishop. Hereof the name ‘Co-Cathedral’ appeared.

St. Lawrence's Church

St. Lawrence's Church

The St. Lawrence's Church can be easily seen from afar, since it is one of the largest churches in Malta and the most noticeable one in Birgu. It features a long history and has a great architectural and artistic value that is confirmed by its status of a Maltese cultural heritage object.

St. Mary Magdalene Chapel

St. Mary Magdalene Chapel

Saint Mary Magdalene Chapel is a Roman Catholic chapel located in picturesque place on Dingli cliffs, that's why its is also called "il-kappella tal-irdum" which is "chapel of the cliffs" in Maltese.

St. Paul's Anglican Cathedral

St. Paul's Anglican Cathedral

Saint Paul`s Pro-Cathedral located in Valletta is an Anglican cathedral. Being rather young – it was constructed in the 19th century, the Cathedral has become an organic part of Maltese antique architecture.

St. Paul's Cathedral

St. Paul's Cathedral

Saint Paul`s Cathedral in Mdina is the main and the oldest catholic church in Maltese Diocese. This cathedral, a typical representative of the Baroque style, fascinates and charms both the tourists and the local inhabitants.

St. Publius Church

St. Publius Church

Located within easy reach of Floriana bus station, the St. Publius Church inevitably arrests visitors’ attention thanks to its impressive size and exquisite design. Constructed in neoclassical style, the building strikes the eye with the superb colonnade, laced arches, beautiful bell towers and intensity of decorative elements. But the church is not just a great sample of architectural art, since it is dedicated to a saint, whose life is directly associated with the Maltese history.

Ta Pinu Basilica

Ta Pinu Basilica

The Ta Pinu Basilica is one of the most famous churches in Malta with thousands of pilgrims coming there to ask for intercession and mercy of the Virgin Mary, since the church is dedicated to the Mother of God. The church is one of a few places in the world officially recognized by the Vatican as a national shrine, where miracles are performed. In addition to its religious significance, the basilica has great cultural value and is generally recognized as a popular tourist attraction due to its beautiful design and finery.