18 Mar 2017
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
St. John’s Co-Cathedral

TO BE A KNIGHT OF MALTA – IDENTITY, THEN AND NOW

Caspar Gutman: What do you know, sir, about the Order of the Hospital of Saint John of Jerusalem, later known as the Knights of Rhodes and other things?

Sam Spade: Crusaders or something, weren’t they? – The Maltese Falcon

Take this rare opportunity on the 18th March at 10am to discover how the Knights of St John saw themselves and their place in the world through the many clues to be gleaned from the art of St. John’s Co-Cathedral.

Expert Dane Munro will interpret the art and wonders of St. John’s to reveal how the Knights saw their place in the world. The tour will then be given privileged entry to Casa Lanfreducci, headquarters of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta, and learn about the present role of this 900-year old charitable institution and how it functions in today’s world.

 

Meeting point: St John’s Co-Cathedral Tourist Entrance
Price: €22 (inclusive of Cathedral entry ticket)
Tickets can be purchased here.

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