If your travelling to Malta. Take time to visit this church. Amazing! With Caravaggio's painting! 10 euros are worth it!
About St. John's Co-Cathedral
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From the outside the facade gives you no indication of what is within! Inside there is the most ornate and spectacularly decorated Baroque building you ever did see. The floor is laid with memorial marble tombstones dedicated to the knights of St John.The ceiling is...More
What a lovely afternoon out of the sun, so much to see and all beautiful. The Carravagio picture is worth waiting to see in the oratory. Your shoulders need to be covered, they supply wraps, also for your legs if in short shorts. Well laid...More
This is a true gem and a definite must when visiting Malta and Valletta. The Co-Cathedral looks relatively humble from outside but once inside quite jaw-dropping. In addition to the masterpieces covering the vaulted ceiling by Mattia Preti, the lavish guilding, unique marble work and...More
I'm biased, I admit, I am Maltese after all. But then once you've taken the first step inside this impressively unique symbol of a time now past, you are quickly overcome by the opulence of the interior that certainly beyond any expectations. Then again, this...More
Curious church filled with many details. Hard to imagine but it is a must cultural visit while spending a day in Valleta.
We visited this Cathedral last year. Wow!!! We are not religious but were absolutely amazed at this beautiful building. There is a lot of restoration work being done. This is a definite to visit when you are in Valletta. You will need about two hours...More
A functioning Church, a Museum, an architectural gem, and a protagonist in all the great events of the history of the Islands. This place is a must. If a tourist had to come to Malta and would not visit St John's his visit would literally...More
The outside is quite simple in design. It is the completely the opposite inside! The interior is very ornate, amazing to see. The marble floors are just as noteworthy as the highly decorated walls and frescoed ceilings. There are 2 Caravaggio paintings within the Oratory....More