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Marsaxlokk Parish Church, Marsaxlokk
(4.2/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web)
Marsaxlokk Parish Church is located in Marsaxlokk. By using our Marsaxlokk tourist route planner, you can arrange your visit to Marsaxlokk Parish Church and other attractions in Marsaxlokk.
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  • Was welcomed at the door and given lots of information about the church. The altar area and inside paintings of the dome are very special. It's a real shame I can't add some photos to this report 
  • A little raised, on the square in front of the Bay, has a discreet façade, while the Interior is Baroque, not usually actually makes it look like one of our Italian countries many baroque churches.
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  • View from the Bay, along with boats on the water, beautiful houses does a great impression. Unfortunately I have seen the Church only during the day, there is a lot of light bulbs, probably looks beautiful after sunset.
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  • A most welcoming atmosphere. Superbly decorated for Christmas-tide. Majestic titular statue.
  • Spanish / English. I could not see the Church but I loved to stroll along the port. I recommend the view from the road to St. Peters Pool for a great panoramic view, especially at sunset. Good fish. Dont see the church but i like a lot walking by the port and its colored boats. I recommend the panoramic frona the road to St. Peters Pool, in special on sunset.
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  • Not to be missed
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  • exterior view is really a beautiful church, absolutely deserves to be photographed during a walk along the Harbour
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  • The Church is normal, none of the other world, what I recommend is go early Sunday to see the market. There are both clothing and souvenirs as food. Full of people.
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