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Valletta – Capital of Culture 2018
From my own experiences of Valletta I know just what an incredible city it is. Now you do not only have to take my word for it – Valletta has been named Capital of Culture for 2018. There are
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British Architecture in Malta – Legacy and Influences
The British Empire colonised Malta at the beginning of the 19th century – soon after the Knights of St. John ceded the islands to Napoleon’s forces in 1798; and which were in turn forced to flee the islands after
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Malta’s Grandest Historic Villa
Set discreetly behind a high wall in one of Malta’s loveliest residential streets – Saint Anthony Street in Attard – is one of Malta’s truly ‘hidden ‘gems – Villa Bologna. Villa Bologna is a privately owned residence and has
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Secluded Beaches along the Qala Coast
The two mile stretch of coast from Mgarr Harbour to Qala Point is known for one of Gozo’s  favourite beaches. The tiny cove of Hondoq ir-Rummien is the beach of choice not only for the residents of Qala –
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Sue Mifsud – An English Potter in Malta
Sue Mifsud is a familiar name on the Maltese ceramics scene. Except that in spite of her very Maltese surname she still holds a British passport. Sue – originally from the West Midlands – made Malta her permanent home
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