Balzan is small town in the central region of Malta The village originally consisted of a group of small dwellings and farms but eventually grew, becoming a parish in the 17th century. The plan of this church is in the form of a Latin cross a nave crossed by a transept and a choir. It is 120 feet long and 92 feet wide in the transepts and 27 ½ feet wide in the main nave. The church’s architecture is that of a Doric order. The architecture of all the altars is of a Corinthian order, except for two which are of compost order.