David’s Been Here brings you to Rabat, Malta’s most important religious site where Christianity was introduced to the island. St. Paul’s Church and grotto were once the site of a Roman prison, until 60 A.D. when the introduction of Christianity turned the chambers into a baptismal site and Malta’s first church. In a country where nearly all the citizens are Roman Catholic, this church is considered a national and religious treasure. Find all the country’s important sites (and best patsizzi) in the DBH Guide: Malta, also for your Kindle.
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