Another early pilgrimage center in the Mediteranean sea
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The Megalithic Temples of Malta are thought to be built back in 3600 BC, making them older than the pyraminds in Egypt, the Great Wall of China and England's Stonehenge
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Festa season! There is a village feast in Malta every weekend throughout Summer!
Battery Street in Valletta
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Carnival in Malta
This convention comes at an interesting period for Malta since at the moment, Valletta is hosting the Presidency of the EU and we’re currently preparing for next year when Valletta will become the European Capital of Culture. I am sure that because of this, the 37th FECC convention will be a memorable one. --- Valletta Mayor Alexiei Dinglin
Malta 200 Years Ago Slide show with captions 8:16 minutes by Charles Muscat
Mardi Gras in Valletta, Malta
MALTA: A BEST EXPAT CITY - For its tiny size, the island of Malta can be considered as a city. Multicultural, a large community of foreigners, a wonderful weather, low taxes, good health care and cheap life make it one of the perfect destinations for expats. And don’t forget the blue sea and the beautiful beaches of Malta surrounding the island, where you can take short breaks any time you have a day off. Definitely a perfect destination for expats.
VALLETTA, Malta — At age 24, Alex Mangion became Malta’s first transgender politician when he won a local office on the conservative Nationalists’ ticket, a striking combination in a country that until recently had been a last bastion in western Europe of social norms largely dictated by the Catholic Church. The party, which governed Malta for a quarter-century, hopes to reverse its stinging, landslide 2013 loss to socialist archrivals who returned to power with an agenda heavy on lesbian, gay,
The Sleeping Lady of Malta --- The Hypogeum is a very popular tourist attraction. However, since only 80 people are allowed per day, Heritage Malta recommends tourists to book well ahead of time if they wish to visit. Some last minute tickets are occasionally available from the National Museum of Archaeology or the National Museum of Fine Arts, both of which are located in Valletta
A splendid view of Malta's Grand Harbour from the 'Three Cities' side.