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St. Mary Church

St. Mary Church

The church of St. Mary in Żebbuġ is spectacular for its onyx (Gozo alabaster) interior – a recent addition to a much older church.

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St. Mary of Jesus Church (Ta

St. Mary of Jesus Church (Ta' Gieżu)

One of two Franciscan churches in Valletta, the St Mary of Jesus Church (Ta’ Gieżu) was built in the early 1570s and designed by Gerolamo Cassar.

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St. Patrick

St. Patrick's Church

St. Patrick's Church, a Roman Catholic Church, is within the Parish of 'St. Gregory the Great' in Sliema.

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St. Paul

St. Paul's Anglican Cathedral

At the end of Archbishop Street in Valletta is St. Paul's Anglican Cathedral. It was built between 1839 and 1844 and funded by the Dowager Queen Adelaide widow of King William IV.

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St. Paul

St. Paul's Bay Parish Church

St. Paul's Bay has always been a Summer resort, and with the increase of summer residents at the beginning of the present century St. Paul's Sanctuary became too small.

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St. Paul

St. Paul's Church

The church in Marsalforn is dedicated to Saint Paul Shipwrecked. As recorded in the Acts of the Apostles, St.Paul was shipwrecked on Malta, but according to tradition it was from Marsalforn that he subsequently embarked for Sicily and Rome.

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St. Paul

St. Paul's Collegiate Church

The church is built over the grotto where according to tradition St. Paul was kept prisoner during his three months stay in Malta in 60 A.D.

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St. Publius

St. Publius' Church

St Publius, one of the first Maltese to be converted to Christianity by St Paul during the latter’s short stay in Malta in 60 AD is Floriana's and one of Malta’s patron saints. The first stone of St Publis Parish Church was laid on 2nd August 1733 in the presence of Grand Master Vilhena.

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Sts. Peter and Paul Church

Sts. Peter and Paul Church

In-Nadur's monumental church is dedicated to the apostles Saints Peter and Paul. Its foundation stone was laid in December 1760 but the façade and aisles were built at the beginning of the twentieth century to a design by the renowned Maltese architect Francesco Saverio Sciortino.

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Ta' Pinu

The Basilica of Ta’ Pinu is the most famous place of pilgrimage for the Maltese Islanders. Its origins go back to a day in June in 1883, when a woman heard the voice of the Virgin Mary in an old chapel. In the following years, many miracles and acts of grace were manifested at the site.

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