Malta, closer to Africa than Europe, has a long history of battles and deep sense of Christianity, since the landing of St. Paul in AD60. Visit Rabat, which holds the Church of St. Paul over the catacombs, although Malta wa ruled from Medina, where we find the Cathedral of St. Paul. When the Knights of St. John arrived, they built Valetta, named for the victorious Grand Master. The Knights built the Church of St. John, made opulent by later nights, and adopted by the Bishop of Malta in 1810 as a second home, the Co-Cathedral of St. John. Visit here in video the most opulent church in the world, in Malta. This is where the great painter Caravaggio became a Knight and contributed his masterpiece to the church of the Knights.