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I’ve seen better churches. Tucked away so can easily be missed. That picture on here is the only decent thing about it. Can see it and be done in less than 2 mins.
If you like seeing churches then sure but anyone else - meh.
Not entirely convinced that the pillar indicated is the specific one Paul was associated with. Looks a little nice and well preserved in a pile of rubble for that to be the case. Not terribly impressed to be honest
An unexpected gem in the middle of busy holiday town. It was quiet, tranquil & interesting. The information shown was informative without being too intense. Also free to enjoy. Never expected to be able to go into church so was not appropriately dressed. within easy...More
St Paul's Pillar say no more! Incredible site and well presered.
St Paul lashed 39 times on this Pilllar before the Roman Givernor converted to Christianity. This transformed the island for ever!
There are still active services in church in many different languages.
This is a quaint little place surrounded by walkways so you can get a good view of the mosaics from above.
There are remains of previous churches on site with various signs explaining their history.
The church is small but beautiful inside well worth a...More