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I visited the Church of St Paul's shipwreck back in early October when i was visiting Malta.I got lost trying to find the church its not the most easiest of places to find.It's tucked away down a side street. I felt safe visiting this church...More
St. Paul's Shipwreck is an interesting little church on an interesting little street. I use the word street generously. Throughout Valletta there are many such "streets" that are steps that just happen to have shops, restaurants and residences.
This church's claim to fame?
Relics of St. Paul's wrist bone and a piece of the pillar on which he was executed.
The church is not crazy popular, so there were very few people there. It smelled like the Haunted Mansion from Disneyland inside and...More
Stumbled on this place while passing by so stuck head in. Cute little church with more alters than you can shake a stick at. Was undergoing some renovation while we were there so some of roof and the chandeliers were not visible which was a...More
Finding CSPS might not be so easy without a good street map. It does not stand out much from neighbouring buildings. In fact the entrance is in a small side street. Once you have found it and gone inside, you will find a very peaceful...More
While walking down the streets of Valleta we saw a sign that said St. Paul’s Shipwrecked Church with a simple door (see picture). We decided to stick our heads in and see what it was. We were greeted by a very friendly gentleman who asked...More
What a spectacular place of worship it’s so difficult to explain how magnificent it looks without you going in to see it
No photos allowed but some of the altars are breath taking the Church has Irish connections I was told by the lovely gentleman...More
You have to go to the side door and Santa Lucia Street. It is undergoing some renovation which is a bit of a problem but it's still worth the visit. Actually the renovation should be complete by now so I'm enjoy.