Never seen so much gold and marble. The carravagio was stunning. Whole place indescribably beautiful.
About St. John's Co-Cathedral
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Nice Cathedral, but 10 Euros a head?! at least it was lit up. Guess the fact that we had to stand for half an hour in the rain did not help!
I was interested to visit St. John's Co-Cathedral to see the Caravaggio collection and particularly 'The beheading of St. John the Baptist'. I wasn't disappointed, it is a stunning piece of art. The whole Cathedral has a fairly uninspiring exterior but is beautiful inside. Well...More
You will not be disappointed with the interior architecture, sculptures and art work in this historically important building. Well worth the entrance fee, audio guide provided. The fee is worth paying just to see the great work of Caravaggio (Michelangelo), The Beheading of John the...More
This Roman-Catholic co-cathedral of Malta, founded by the Order of St. John and decorated in beautiful baroque style is a place full of history, containing nine rich chapels, (one dedicated to Our Lady of Philermos and the rest to the patron saints of each of...More
From the outside it looks nothing special. But wow it was simply stunning! There was gold everywhere and the paintings were amazing. This really is a breathtaking place to visit.
Good audio guide is included in the entry fee - tells you much about Malta's fighting history. Highly recommended.
This Cathedral was stunning, but it is hard to look at the vast wealth of the place and reconcile that with hunger and poverty. Spectacular, but you cannot photograph the Caravaggios. Looking at them was very cool, though. It costs 10 Euros. A must see?...More