St Paul's Cathedral - From Pjazza San Pawl, Malta

St Paul's Cathedral - From Pjazza San Pawl, Malta
St Paul's Cathedral - From Pjazza San Pawl, Malta
St Paul’s Cathedral is located in the historic city of Mdina, Malta. Built in the early 17th century, it is one of the oldest and most impressive churches on the island. It stands today in its original form, with the notable façade of golden stone and the dome which dominates the skyline. The main body of the cathedral is in the Baroque style while the façade and dome incorporate am elements of the Baroque and Rococo styles. Inside, the Cathedral displays some amazing examples of Maltese art and architecture, and its windows are made of exquisite glass. Visitors will find several fascinating items within the cathedral, such as the Marciana Altar and various paintings depicting scenes from the life of St. Paul. It is also the resting place of honour for those who have served their country in times of war. Photographers will find the cathedral’s stunning architecture make it an excellent subject for a photo opportunity.