St. Paul's Cathedral, Mdina, Malta is worth a visit as an attraction and also as it is a stunning place of worship in the Catholic Religion. It dates back to the 12th century. It has a co-cathedral in Valletta, St. John's.
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The Cathedral is in the main square of Mdina and inside there is a marble floor with its tombstone and important paintings.
This is such a beautiful building and inside is so stunning, peaceful and historical, dont forget to have your shoulders covered when you enter, remember to take a scarf or shawl.
Follow the tourist map and you'll arrive here... Hesitant at fish considering you have to pay to go in but the ticket also include entry to the museum... So I took the plunge and went into the cathedral first and wasn't disappointed..... So beautifully built,...More
Had the honour of worshipping there with its parishioners and parish priest during my recent eight-day stay on holidays. Beautiful! A must -see!
Metropolitan Cathedral and St. Paul's square are surprising the visitor's eye from the very first moment. Even if, in fact, Mdina is named "The silent City", is probably the most visited place in Malta. You have never been in Malta if you didn't see Mdina...More
Thank goodness, earthquake's in Malta are rare. However the old cathedral in Mdina was built hundreds of years ago, when the previous one fell down after a violent earthquake. The Mdina Cathedral is the See of the Archbishop of Malta, but as Mdina is a...More
Completed in the first decade of the 18th century following the destruction of the original building in the 1693 earthquake, this cathedral is less gilded but as impressive as the Valletta co-cathedral.on the way to Mdina we stopped to view the old city from a...More