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malta cemetery MARIA ADDOLORATA CEMETERY, CASAL DINGLI

malta cemetery MARIA ADDOLORATA CEMETERY, CASAL DINGLI

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valletta malta

St. Publius Catholic Church By Night, Floriana Malta by Jacek Wojnarowski

St. Publius Catholic Church By Night, Floriana Malta by Jacek Wojnarowski

Mnajdra is one of a series of stone temples on the islands of Malta and Gozo that are considered to be the world's oldest freestanding monuments.  (Courtesy Malta Tourism Authority)

Photos: World's Hidden Man-made Wonders

Mnajdra is one of a series of stone temples on the islands of Malta and Gozo that are considered to be the world's oldest freestanding monuments. (Courtesy Malta Tourism Authority)

Travel & Adventures: Malta ( Repubblika ta' Malta ). A voyage to Malta is a microcosm of the Mediterranean, Valletta, Europe.

Travel & Adventures: Malta ( Repubblika ta' Malta ). A voyage to Malta is a microcosm of the Mediterranean, Valletta, Europe.

Market Street, one of the two main streets in Valletta, the capital of Malta

Historic Malta

Market Street, one of the two main streets in Valletta, the capital of Malta

Breathtaking Places You Never Knew Existed(photos) - Travel - Nigeria

Breathtaking Places You Never Knew Existed(photos) - Travel - Nigeria

The ancient walled city of Mdina, often referred to as the "Silent City" by locals and tourists, was the original capital of Malta.

Historic Malta

The ancient walled city of Mdina, often referred to as the "Silent City" by locals and tourists, was the original capital of Malta.

MDINA was inhabited and possibly first fortified by the Phoenicians around 700 BC. The Phoenicians called it Maleth.[4] The region benefits from its strategic location on one of the island's highest points and at maximum distance from the sea. Under the Roman Empire Malta became a Municipium and the Roman Governor built his palace in Mdina. Tradition holds that the Apostle St. Paul resided in the city after his historical shipwreck on the islands.

MDINA was inhabited and possibly first fortified by the Phoenicians around 700 BC. The Phoenicians called it Maleth.[4] The region benefits from its strategic location on one of the island's highest points and at maximum distance from the sea. Under the Roman Empire Malta became a Municipium and the Roman Governor built his palace in Mdina. Tradition holds that the Apostle St. Paul resided in the city after his historical shipwreck on the islands.

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