Anglican cathedral damaged by World War II bomb to get repairs

Posted Aug 7, 2018

[Anglican Communion News Service] A bomb or shell dropped on Malta during World War II struck the tower of the Anglican cathedral and “in all likelihood affected the structural integrity of the tower and spire,” the Diocese in Europe said. Both will be “painstakingly repaired and restored” as part of major restoration project planned for the 175-year-old building, which is a dominant feature of the Valetta skyline.

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