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Whakarewarewa’s Churches

The two competing churches, Catholic and Anglican, were located at opposite ends of the village. The Anglican church was established when many of the Anglican survivors (after the Mt Tarawera eruption of 1886), moved to the village to join family members. Continue reading Whakarewarewa’s Churches

Return to Valletta and St John’s Co-Cathedral

The following year I returned to Malta. My first stop with my daughter was St John’s Co-Cathedral in Valletta.

Valletta's St John's Co-Cathedral
Valletta’s St John’s Co-Cathedral

This was probably Malta’s most ostentatious church of high ceilings covered in paintings and gold leaf decoration with a history steeped in Knights Templar. Continue reading Return to Valletta and St John’s Co-Cathedral