This is a baroque-style domed church. You can see a lot of orderly decorations in the church. It is also very interesting to enter the interior. There is also a lot of history here, and there are also a lot of specialty shops.
The St. John’s Cathedral built by the Knights of Malta is rich in magnificent gold. Everyone knows from the name that this church was built for St. John the Baptist and the patron saint of the Knights of Malta. The sculpture of the theme inside is not a regular crucifixion of Jesus. The frescoes on the dome are also stories of St. John. . Lined up outside, you have to line up inside to see Caravaggio’s Saint John beheaded
The practical guide to Malta is here. Malta is a miniature republic located in Southern Europe. It is an island country located in the center of the Mediterranean Sea. It is called "Mediterranean Heart" and "European Village". Suggested route: Day 1: Valais Tower-Blue Cave Day 2: Gozo Island-Comino Island Day 3: Popeye Village-Dingley Cliff-Medina Old Town Main Island: Valletta
The Baroque decoration inside St. John’s Cathedral is amazing. Inside there is a Cathedral Museum, which displays two important works by the Italian painter Caravaggio.
The Cathedral of St. John of Valletta can definitely be described as magnificent. You can see gold when you enter the church. The entire interior of the church is veneered with gold leaf, which shows the degree of luxury. The mass here is solemn and there are many believers. It is definitely worth visiting.
Exception church.Wonderful priest.Amazing paintings.A church a museum an artists paradise.Conveniently located in the centre of Valletta.Completely historic with a wonderful weathervane on top.Gold,ri...
Beautiful church, from the outside nicely hidden as the knights wanted, inside rich decorated with the tombs of the knights. This place you should not miss when coming to malta
Without a doubt the most important place to visit in Malta. Amazing art by the masters. A real piece if history
Amazing architecture and beautifully appointed. Filled with history, the handheld guide devices do a great job at explaining everything. A little expensive, but definitely worth a visit!
Fabulous. amazing architecture and breathtaking art. Unthinkable to be in Valletta and not go here. The Caravaggios are spectacular