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Valletta is the capital city of Malta, named after Jean Parisot de La ...
St. John's Co-Cathedral
A church whose interior stands testament to the ethereal beauty of Bar...
Mdina & Rabat
Mdina is Malta’s former capital and much of it has been frozen in time...
Wied iż-Żurrieq & Blue Grotto
About 2 km west of the village of Żurrieq lies the tiny harbour of Wie...
St. Agatha's Tower (The Red Tower)
Also known as the Red Tower (due to the colour it was painted and rest...
The Inquisitor's Palace also known as the Sacred Palace, is a palace i...
Fort St. Angelo
Fort St. Angelo is the jewel in the crown of The Maltese Islands’ mili...
Fort St. Elmo
The fort, whose history goes back to t he late 13th century, now hous...
The mosaic pavements at the ‘Roman House' in Rabat are an excellent il...
National Library of Malta
The National Library of Malta, often known as the Bibliotheca, is a re...
Outside the capital's walls and sheltered inside its own bastions, Flo...
Auberge de Castille
The Auberge de Castille was the official seat of the knights of the La...
The Three Cities known collectively as Cottonera in honour of Grandmas...
Some of Malta’s megalithic temples were built as early as 3,600 BC and...
Marsaxlokk Fishing Village
The village of Marsaxlokk is the premier fishing harbour on the Island...
The Palace stands in the very heart of Valletta - the World Heritage C...