THE ST PAUL’S ANGLICAN PRO-CATHEDRAL
RESTORATION APPEAL
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The Cathedral is a universally recognised Valletta landmark,
especially to those approaching Malta from the sea. With the bell-tower
and its spire rising to over 200 feet (60 metres) from the ground,
it is an historic and iconic element of the skyline of Valletta.
It is a vital part of Malta’s rich cultural heritage. To imagine Valletta’s
skyline without the tower of the Pro-Cathedral is just as inconceivable
as imagining St Mark’s Square in Venice, another World Heritage City,
without its historic campanile.

THE ST PAUL’S ANGLICAN PRO-CATHEDRAL
RESTORATION APPEAL

Save Valletta's Skyline Donate Now
The Cathedral is a universally recognised Valletta landmark,
especially to those approaching Malta from the sea. With the bell-tower
and its spire rising to over 200 feet (60 metres) from the ground,
it is an historic and iconic element of the skyline of Valletta.
It is a vital part of Malta’s rich cultural heritage. To imagine Valletta’s
skyline without the tower of the Pro-Cathedral is just as inconceivable
as imagining St Mark’s Square in Venice, another World Heritage City,
without its historic campanile.
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Heritage

St Paul’s Anglican Pro-Cathedral was built between 1839 and 1844 on the initiative of the Queen Dowager Adelaide, widow of King William IV and the aunt of Queen Victoria. The Pro-Cathedral is dedicated to Saint Paul, considered to be the spiritual father of the Maltese nation. Its unique and historic identity is complementary to and in harmony with the Archdiocese of Malta, walking together in Faith. It is the architectural masterpiece of William Scamp. He took over the commission when the project faced serious structural issues, and ensured it was successfully completed. The building is designed to a Neo-Classical architectural style with a grand temple-front portico with Ionic columns. An array of eight Corinthian columns embellish its interior.

The Restoration Project

The fabric of the Cathedral is now in dire need of restoration. Recent expert architectural inspections have identified severe problems threatening the tower, the spire and the external and internal stonework. Parts of the structure are now officially described as “unstable”.
The need is pressing. An appeal is being launched to raise more than €8,000,000 (more than €8 million) for vital restoration work. The fund will be ring-fenced for this work only - it will not be used for running expenses.
The Restoration Appeal aims to meet its target of Euro 8 million by end-2021.
Call for tenders related to the restoration projects: Click Here

Areas in need of restoration

The fabric of the Cathedral is now in dire need of restoration. Recent expert architectural inspections have identified severe problems threatening the tower, the spire and the external and internal stonework. Parts of the structure are now officially described as “unstable”.

You've helped Raise

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We've Reached so Far

So far with have reached 5.2 million Euros consisting of Euro 1 million in private and corporate donations and Euro 4.2 million allocated from European Union ERDF Priority Axis 5 Funding. Our target aim is more than Euro 8 million by end-2021, the 175th Anniversary of the building of the Cathedral.Donate via Credit Card or Paypal in Euro currency.

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