This Cathedral is also in the center of Valletta and while you are in town do stop by. It is not as ornate as many other Cathedrals but interesting to see the difference.
This cathedral (or Pro-Cathedral, to be precise) has a certain story, and a place in Valletta's history, but it has none of the attractions which St John's Co-Cathedral has to offer. It is worth a visit; and, more particularly, at a time when there is a service on.
The architecture was before its time and the history.when you walk round it like stepping back in time certainly worth a visit but i have done it once no need to g back
A trip to Valleta has to include the Cathedral,im not a a religous person but you cannot fail to be impressed by this place. The work that went in to this place cannot be believed,the paintings are amazing and must have taken years and years to paint. A very reasonable charge to get in as with most of the places... More
Cannot really say much more, beautiful place lots to see. Lovely people, fantastic island. Would recommend a visit whatever age you are. Love it!!
Only got 45 mins around this amazingly decorated Catholic Cathedral with Jesus rather,than Mary as it's focus ( a refreshing change). Paintings were remarkable. A throughly enjoyable visit. Limited opening times so check first. We sat and watched many disappointed arriving to visit only to find it closed
This is a lovely building funded by Queen Adelaide. The volunteers working there were so helpful - trying to find the baptism records of my grandfather's sister - to no avail unfortunately. It is one of the only Anglican churches in Malta - very plain/classical in style and depends on voluntary donations for its existence. Do try and see it... More
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