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St. Paul's Anglican Church, Valletta
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We were staying close to this church so we were interested to see inside. It is free to enter but 1euro is requested for the privilege of taking photos. We were given plastic covered guides in English... read more »
L'esterno molto gradevole, l'interno alquanto spartano secondo lo stile delle chiese anglicane, ammirevoli i cuscini. Bella la foto del Principe di Edimburgo sulla sinistra della Chiesa. Da vedere anc... read more »Very nice exterior, the Interior somewhat Spartan in the style of the Anglican Churches, admirable pillows. Beautiful photos of the Prince of Edinburgh on the left of the Church. See also to make comparisons and to learn.show original
As a regular attendee at the Cathedral (and not church as entitled) this is apeaceful place to sit and contempate. It is welocoming of all Christian beliefs to attend the services and also welcomes vi... read more »
Since moving to Malta in February we have attended St Pauls and have found it to be a friendly and welcoming place to worship. we also have attended some great social occasions and have met some really charming people, some residents and some visitors. If you are visiting Malta or have moved here St Pauls is a great stopping off place to visit.
Stunning dome inside. Well worth the visit (especially if you go before you go to St.John's)
Visiting Malta on holiday. I was made to feel very welcome at the Cathedral by Rita and Fr. Howard. It was a privilege to join in the Eucharistic whilst there.
Brilliant piece of architecture inside out! The spire can be seen from everywhere!
Stunning cathedral, no words at all. You have to go see it.
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