The Collegiate Parish Church of St Paul's Shipwreck, also known as simply the Church of St Paul's Shipwreck, is a Roman Catholic parish church in Valletta, Malta. It is one of Valletta's oldest churches.
Saint Paul the Apostle is considered the spiritual father of the Maltese. His shipwreck on Malta is described in the New Testament (Acts 28, 1). St. Luke wrote, "we found that the island was called Melita".
Michael Romero | Dec 8, 2017
When I visited there was very extensive construction going on but even with scaffolding and plastic everywhere this church has some real treasures both in religious relics but also in art and architecture. Definitely with a visit.
Chris Rocker | Feb 9, 2017
Turned up at the perfect time. Wow stunning singing from a male voice choir in the gallery. Big service with all the top local dignitaries. Really awe inspiring. How did we just turn up at the perfect time. Amazingly majestic.
Fritz G | Jan 3, 2017
Very popular church in St Lucia Street in Valletta. Very nice inside, see my 360° Panorama. Entrance is free. Opposite is a small Cafe called Piadina which offers Italian food. Also very very good
Thomas Clarke | Jan 23, 2017
A wonderful small church with a stunning interior You could easily walk past the outside without realising but make the effort and find it Free entry and lots of things to view a great little gem
Marek K | Apr 5, 2017
Nice church - but like many others. Dark and atmospheric inside.
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