While there are over 300 churches and chaples dedicated to the Roman Catholic church in Malta, St Paul's Anglican Pro-Cathedral in Valletta, Holy Trinity Church in Sliema and the congregation of Our Lady and St George in Victoria Gozo are Anglicanism's expression in the Maltese archipelago. These are all part of the Diocese in Europe, which is the most recently created of the 44 dioceses of the Church of England.
Built in the Neo-Classical style, the spire of St Paul's Anglican Pro-Cathedral is a Valletta landmark, rising to over 60 metres and forming part of the capital's iconic skyline. The severe interior, with its pillars and fluted engaged pilasters topped by Corinthian capitals supporting a cornice, were designed to be in architectural harmony with Malta.
Entrance is free.
Photo credits: Gregory Iron on viewingmalta.com and St Paul's Anglican Pro-Cathedral Facebook page.