The Church remains a central landmark in every Maltese village established before the twentieth century. Ecclessiastical buildings in the Maltese Islands originated in the medieval period and included cave churches or single-aisle chaples . After the sixteeenteenth century churches started to be built on the plan of a latin cross.
Following the building of the Mdina Cathedral on the plans
of Lorenzo Gafa, churches started to be byuil with two belfries.
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