Religious Sites in Malta

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Religious Sites in Malta

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
Church of Our Lady of Victories
The parish Church of Our Lady of Victories has two clock towers...
Religious Sites Xaghra
 
Church of St. Lawrenz
Below Birgu's main square, the Church of St. Lawrenz is the city's...
Religious Sites Vittoriosa, Senglea, and Cospicua
 
Ġgantija Temples
Imagine domes rising from the heavy stone walls of eastern Xagħra's...
Religious Sites, Archaeological Sites Xaghra
 
Gozo Cathedral
Dedicated to Our Lady of the Assumption, the cathedral's dome...
Religious Sites Victoria
 
Ħaġar Qim
The 4,800-year-old Ħaġar Qim ("ha-jar eem") gives a clear picture...
Religious Sites, Archaeological Sites Zurrieq and Qrendi
 
Mdina Cathedral
The serene, baroque Mdina Cathedral (dedicated to St. Peter and...
Religious Sites Mdina
 
Mnajdra
From the temple of Mnajdra ("mna-ee-dra"), on the edge of a hill...
Religious Sites, Archaeological Sites Zurrieq and Qrendi
 
Rotunda
The Rotunda (Church of St. Mary) has the third-largest unsupported...
Religious Sites Mosta
 
St. George's Basilica
The splendid baroque St. George's Basilica has the most beautiful...
Religious Sites Victoria
 
St. John's co-Cathedral
Functional in design but lavishly decorated, the Order of St...
Religious Sites Valletta
 
St. Paul's Church
Completed in 1683, this beautiful church stands above a grotto...
Religious Sites Rabat
 
St. Paul's Shipwreck Church
The importance of St. Paul to the Maltese explains the work lavished...
Religious Sites Valletta
 
Tarxien Temples
The three interconnecting Tarxien Temples have curious carvings...
Religious Sites Paola and Tarxien
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