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  King's Chapel
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King's Chapel is next door to the Governor's House (Convent) it was once the Chapel to the Convent. Two former Governor's of Gibraltar are buried here.
It was completed in 1560 and was the Convent until the early 1800's. It then became the Chapel for the Governor of Gibraltar. Its really nice inside, quiet and peaceful. And it is open all day, every day.

There is no entrance fee, but donations can be given.


Main Street

Next door to the Governor's House

othercontact: email chaplaincy@gibnynex.gi

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  • Updated Apr 4, 2011
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