St. Paul’s Cathedral Museum is a place with a very thick history. This cathedral is quite interesting. The interior is full of furniture and daily necessities that have been furnished for hundreds of years. Some murals and paintings are also worth visiting.
Entering the city of Mdina, you arrive at St. Paul’s Cathedral through a narrow narrow alley. The Cathedral Museum is next to the church. The museum has a rich collection and exquisite craftsmanship. There are paintings, furniture, priest chairs, etc., and there is also a collection of German artist Al Burt Durr's coins, silver plates, religious coats and some woodcut works.
After visiting the church, I took the time to visit here at the last minute. There are some exquisite woodwork, which feels very good. There are not many tourists visiting inside. recommend,
It's a joint ticket with the cathedral museum over the way. The Cathedral is lovely, the museum is substantial, a lot of the same items, such as altar pieces, chalices etc.
As you buy a joint ticket with the cathedral over the road you feel obliged to go. The first major exhibit makes the decision a good one - the apostles figures for the altar in silver. The rest is mor...
Having brought a joint ticket, I tackled the museum first. This is a rather small museum, focusing mainly on art It has works by Cavelli scattered about the place, and also two sets of sketches ...
Top Duerer engravings, a full altar piece showing some of Malta's oldest manifestations of the national flag, great silver pieces which survived French occupation. Spectacular!!
this has vast amounts of silver wear from the cathedral from centuries gone by beautiful decoration and informative