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This church was such a pleasant surprise. We were impressed by the huge square and also by the lack of people. It seems that there are not many tourists taking the time to see the church. I would recommend it though. It is silent and...More
This Catholic Church was built by the stone masons who lived nearby and built much of Valletta. It has an imposing facade sited on Malta's largest urban square. It's dedicated to Publius the Roman Governor who welcomed St Paul and the shipwrecked travellers to winter...More
The Church of Floriana is a very nice Church to visit and it is very rich in history. It is a very well kept Church and i strongly recommend others to visit this very nice Church. well done and keep up the good work
It's neoclassical facade makes it stand out from other churches in Malta however turns out there's a lot of history behind that facade. It was bombed in WWII and got a facelift. To add to its war related history, you're sure to notice the granaries...More
We visited this church during a day out in Valletta and what a find. Fantastic architecture inside and some brilliant views across the towns from the towers. The climb up the tower is a bit steep but well worth it once at the top.
We visited this church again on the recent open green garden day organized by the local council. The interior is what it is and compliments much of the other church buildings around the isle. The trek up the garigor staircase was well worth it as...More