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St Lawrence Collegiate Chuch Birgu 2004 Malta
Malta

St Lawrence Collegiate Church in Birgu was the first Conventual Church of the Knights of Malta - The Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St John of Jerusalem, of Rhodes and of Malta - when they arrived here in 1530.

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  • Haresh Panchal 22 days ago
    Wonderful Church..St Lawrance Collegiate Church,Malta. I have seen first time in my life..(52)..I am so happy to see in side of church.. I am so thankful to 360cites..
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