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With a whopping 359 churches, cathedrals and chapels dotted around the Maltese Islands, the sheer devoutness of the Maltese people is evident wherever you go. The focal point of every village, these houses of worship were the absolute epicentre of daily life and the true timelessness of the nation’s faith can be seen in the varying architectural styles, which evolved throughout the ages. As well as providing insight into the Religious side of people's lives, these ornate and intricately designed buildings are home to a jaw-dropping array of frescos, statues and other artistic masterpieces. Art aficionado or not, the numerous paintings by Caravaggio adorning the magnificent walls of Valletta’s Co-cathedral will leave you truly gob-smacked.

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    St John's Co-Cathedral
    A treasure trove of Baroque art and architecture!
    St Paul's Anglican Pro-Cathedral
    A reminder of the first Christian missionary in Malta
    Collegiate Parish Church of St Paul's Shipwreck
    Enter one of Valletta's oldest churches
    Church of Our Lady of Liesse
    A historical reminder of the Armenians' time in Malta
    Franciscan Church of St Mary of Jesus
    Popularly known in Maltese as "Ta' Ġieżu" (Of Jesus)
    Church of Our Lady of Victories
    The first church (and building) completed in Valletta
    Mdina Cathedral Museum
    Housed within a magnificent Baroque structure
    St Paul's Cathedral - Mdina
    The seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Malta
    Church of St. Mary Magdalene
    The present structure of the church dates back to the 17th century
    Misraħ il-Maqluba
    A chapel, a sinkhole, and a fascinating legend.
    Church of Our Lady of Fair Havens & St Dominic
    The first stone was laid on 19th April 1571
    Corpus Christi Church
    Located in the quiet countryside village of Għasri, in Gozo
    Church of St Dominic & The Blessed Virgin
    Secular Clerics could obtain a doctorate, here
    Mosta Dome
    See the bomb that almost destroyed this church during World War II
    St Joseph's Church
    Also known as the Msida Parish Church
    Church of the Nativity of Our Lady
    Affectionately called "Il-Bambina" by the locals
    Church of Our Lady of Loreto
    Built despite a number of complications and obstacles
    Parish Church of St Catherine - Żurrieq
    One of the oldest churches on the Maltese islands
    Sanctuary of Our Lady of Mellieħa
    Contains an impressive collection of gifts & pledges
    Sarria Church
    The most precious possessions here are the 7 large canvases
    St George's Basilica
    The parish originated in Byzantine times, in the 4th century
    St Paul's Collegiate Church
    Annexed with the church of St Paul is a smaller church
    St Publius' Church
    The statue of St Publius is the work of sculptor Vincenso Dimech
    Ta' Pinu Sanctuary
    Said to be the site of a number of miracles
    Cathedral of the Assumption (Citadel Cathedral)
    A cathedral AND a treasure trove of spectacular art? Lead the way!
    Church of the Visitation of Our Lady
    The second oldest village parish in Gozo
    Carmelite Church and Priory
    The interior is full of Baroque sculptures and paintings
    Chapel of Santa Marija
    One of the best preserved examples of a 15th century Maltese parish church
    Chapel of the Annunciation
    Pottery, carved stone, coins, and more were found here
    Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception
    The chief monumental building in Cospicua (Bormla)
    Church of St Lawrence
    Found in one of the oldest parishes in Malta - Birgu
    Oratory of St Francis
    Also known as the St Francis of Assisi Church
    Parish Church of Our Lady of Mt Carmel
    A prominent landmark in the St Julians area
    St Augustine Church
    Artefacts found inside are originals from the first church.
    St Joseph Church
    Built in a Baroque style, like many churches in Gozo
    St Catherine's Church
    Today, this church still serves as the parish church for the Italian community
    St Helen's Parish Church
    A medal of St Helen was found buried, here
    St Patrick's Church
    Also known as the Sacred Heart of Jesus Church
    Żabbar Parish Church
    Also known as the church of Our Lady of Divine Grace
    Ta' Bistra Catacombs
    The largest set of tombs & catacombs beyond the ancient city
    Basilica of Christ the King
    Fancy being stunned by Malta’s largest church? It’s time to pay a visit to Paola.
    Basilica of Our Lady of Mount Carmel
    A church AND a UNESCO World Heritage Site? Sounds worth investigating!
    Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel
    A Neo-Gothic masterpiece just a stone’s throw from the sea!
    The Basilica of the Nativity of Mary
    Want to see a basilica AND some spectacular works of art? Head on over to Senglea!

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