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St. Paul's Anglican Church, Valletta

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  • Church planting classic, but from the outside it looks more like a museum than a church, were it not for the Bell Tower. Neoclassical style inside too: not great with the typical structure of the Anglican Churches-Methodist; the baptismal font at the bottom of the aisle and then the usual benches with books of Psalms/song. Beautiful though the colorful cushions embroidered with cross stitch and that reflect different subjects. To visit only if you have time (in any case it's right next to the Carmelite church). However, it should be recognized that its Bell Tower, together with the great dome of the adjacent Carmelite church, characterizes the city sky line.
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  • Behind a façade of Palace of justice, everything is perfectly English: choir arranged like the House of Commons, the mixture of historical scenery and objects of daily life, the picture of the Duke of Edinburgh to collect donations: it changes the Catholic pump but it's still quite annoying.
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  • Absolutely wonderful, so peaceful and so unfussy compared with all the other churches I have seen here (although they are also very really woirth seeing). I was made welcome by a lovely lady who was o...  more »
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  • 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.