During World War II, a bomb fell through the dome of this church but did not explode. The Maltese people thought it was a miracle and neutralized the bomb and now have it on display. If you look carefully, you will see where the bomb had fallen through and where the dome was repaired. If you divide the decorated dome into quadrants, you can see the ‘not so perfect’ repair job in the upper left quadrant. I have a feeling that it wasn’t repaired perfectly so that all who look up can see this evidence of this miracle.
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