The Church of St Matthew, also known as San Mattew tal-Maqluba, is a Roman Catholic church located in Qrendi in Malta.
The church of St Matthew dates its origins to 1674. It is important not to confuse this church with the medieval and smaller chapel of St Matthew located just on the right hand side of the church. The larger church was finished by 1682. The church was blessed by the parish priest of Qrendi Dumink Formosa on September 12, 1683.
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mark bugeja | May 14, 2018
Like a little gozo on malta. Great place
Ramona Spiteri | Feb 6, 2018
The village is a must village Nd the certificate of excellence for it is a testimony of how magical this place is all year round.
odette pace | Mar 12, 2018
Great views of sink hole behind St. Matthew chapel
Chuck Farrugia | Jul 17, 2018
Stunning views must see
Sharon Crosland | Oct 9, 2017
A natural sinkhole dating back almost 700 years. Worth a visit. Not wheelchair or pushchair friendly.
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