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Quite a lot to see as you wander around the four levels of rooms.
Take in the Oratory & vestments,Chapel & Artifacts, portrait gallery, viewing gallery & organ the old church, crypt, manderwraggle and shelters.The Augustine order in Valletta history & background. A bit heavy...More
Wandering around Valletta we walked in through an open door gave the lady a couple or euros and were treated to the discovery of a ww2 shelter carved out of the rock, a tiny garden containing an african lilly and an apple tree and a...More
Has been opened up about 6 months and grateful that it has. Hidden gem. The crypt and the air raid shelter amazing, it shows how the Maltese people survived the bombing. It's built on an older church and you can see foundations, concerts there too....More
We actually entered through a back street door with paper signs leading the way to a WWII shelter. It would appear that this is an attraction under development because we kept running into tradesmen installing lights. There is a donation box and seriously the tunnels...More
We are staying in St John’s street at the side of the priory. We were walking back sunday evening and noticed the doors open so popped in for a look.
Beautiful church and worth a look in if you get the chance.
St Augustine Church & Priory is an interesting historic building located on Bakery Street, certainly one of the most attractive streets in Valletta. A place worth visiting, especially since there are restaurants and bars in the area.
We found this church while walking in the streets of Valletta. There are so many famous churches and cathedrals there. We decided to go in. There is not a lot of publicity about this church and priory but it is a GEM! It is absolutely...More