Campaign to save 'Queen's' Malta cathedral
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Campaign to preserve 'Queen's' Malta cathedral

An appeal has been launched to save a cathedral on Malta where Queen Elizabeth II used to worship.

After World War II, the then-Princess Elzabeth lived on the Mediterranean island while Prince Philip was stationed there as a Royal Naval officer.

Now St Paul's Anglican Pro-Cathedral in Valetta is in need of a €3m (£2.6m) renovation.

  • 12 Feb 2017
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