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Despite measuring 900 metres by 630 metres, Valletta boasts over 25 churches, a testament to the centuries-old ingrained Catholic faith of the Maltese. In fact, the first building that went up in the city is the Church of Our Lady of Victories along South Street, which commemorates the lifting of the Great Siege. The churches are the following:

  • St John’s Co-Cathedral - St John’s Square
  • St. Francis of Assisi – Republic Street
  • Parish Church of St. Augustine – Old Bakery Street
  • Sanctuary Basilica of Our Lady of Mount Carmel
  • Carmelite Church – Old Theatre Street
  • Anglican Cathedral of St. Paul – Independence Square
  • Church of Christ Redeemer
  • Church of the Jesuits
  • Collegiate Church of St. Paul's Shipwreck – St Paul Street
  • Church of St. Mary of Jesus
  • Scots Church of St. Andrew
  • Church of Our Lady of the Pilar – West Street
  • Church and Monastery of St. Catherine
  • Parish Church of Our Lady of Fair Heavens and St. Dominic
  • Church of St. Mary Magdalene
  • Church and Chapel of St. Anne
  • Chapel of Sacra Infermeria – Mediterranean Conference Centre
  • Church of St. Nicholas
  • Church of St. Roque – St Ursula Street
  • Church and Monastery of St. Ursula – St Ursula Street
  • Church of Our Lady of Damascus
  • Church of St. James
  • Church of St. Barbara – Republic Street
  • Church of St. Catherine of Italy – Victory Square
  • Church of Our Lady of Victories – South Street
  • Church of the Blessed Virgin of Notre Dame De Liesse – Liesse Hill
  • Church of the Holy Family's Flight from Egypt
  • Church of St Lucy

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