Did you know that Balluta Bay is home to one of Malta’s most magnificent churches? Stunning both outside and in, this church is sure to leave you awestruck!
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Situated on the cusp of St Julians and Sliema, mere metres from the glorious promenade, this delightful church is the very epicentre of community life.
Truly a sight to behold, it has been captivating passers-by since its creation in 1859, and it’s easy to see why.
With its towering Neo-Gothic facade boasting two clocks (one with the correct time and one to fool the devil!), the church is without a doubt one of Balluta’s most prominent features.
Step inside its doors, and you’re sure to be entranced by its magnificent columns, statues, and majestic vaulted ceiling with light pouring in through its stained-glass windows.
Church go-er or not, this ecclesiastical wonder is well worth popping into!
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