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Built between 1573 and 1577, this cathedral contains two masterpieces by Caravaggio. St John’s Co-Cathedral is a gem of Baroque art and architecture. It was built as the conventual church for the Knights of St John. This church is till this very day...more
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This place is spectacular! The art work is jaw dropping, it's huge!
It gets really crowded though and girls remember to cover your shoulders or your won't get in, they do supply paper shawls but I don't think they have a lot of them
Although I am not religious and I have seen a fair share of churches, temples and shrines around the world, this visit is a must and worth it! I thought I would never been whooped by something like this again, but the historic meaning and...More
This is a must-visit for anyone in Malta. It gives you a tremendous insight into the history of Malta through the centuries. About the only downside is that the self-guided tour is that it's slightly confusing on getting going when you enter the cathedral, but...More
The church is extraordinary beautiful inside. And the Caravaggio paintings are really breathtaking.
The audioguide is too detailed.
The balcony is closed earlier and unfortunately they don't mention it anywhere. So if you visit close to the end of the opening hours, you better start...More
This cathedral is incredible! Built in the 1600's by the Knight of St. John, it has to be seen to be believed. This cathedral has one of the most ornate interiors I have ever seen and I've seen churches all over the world. There is...More
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Yes if they are “nice” shorts like you would wear on a golf course. Any ladies with short shorts or halter tops were made to wear a paper cover up. My husband wore a polo shirt and golf shorts and there were many men dressed... More
Yes if they are “nice” shorts like you would wear on a golf course. Any ladies with short shorts or halter tops were made to wear a paper cover up. My husband wore a polo shirt and golf shorts and there were many men dressed similarly. Enjoy!