Situated next to the glorious Argotti Botanical Gardens in Floriana, Robert Samut Hall is a defunct Methodist Church, named after the composer of the Maltese National Anthem. Now state-owned, this magnificent building dates back to 1883, and has served as a bustling cultural center since the mid-1970s.
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Though the building's interior is somewhat less ornate than its elaborate Neo-Gothic facade, it is certainly no less impressive. Adorned with stately arches and exquisite stained glass windows, it is home to two manual pneumatic Willis organs. The venue is also famous for being the first building on the Islands to use electricity and houses a subterranean hall which was used to accommodate British soldiers during World War ll. It was inaugurated in 1975 and is a regular host to an impressive array of concerts and other live performances.
A truly magnificent venue, the hall is the ideal place to experience the charms of Malta’s vibrant cultural life. A dynamic center of cultural activity housed in a Neo-Gothic masterpiece!
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