27 April 2015 No Comments

Cospicua (or as the Maltese refer to it Bormla) has long endured the role of the Three Cities’ ugly sister. Quite unfairly too one might say. It is actually the largest of the three fortified towns of the Cottonera

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20 April 2015 No Comments

Debbie Caruana Dingli (born 1962) is one of Malta’s foremost portrait artists. The Caruana Dingli name is closely associated with art in Malta. Her great uncle Edward (1875-1950) was the most fashionable portrait artist of his day while her

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13 April 2015 2 Comments

Just below the Sacra Infermeria in lower Valletta a flight of stairs leads to a curious part of the city – an area that hugs the shore below the mighty ramparts of Fort St. Elmo. This is a part

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01 April 2015 24 Comments

The iconic mustard coloured Malta buses made their exit on 2nd July 2011. Loved and hated in equal measure by both locals and visitors, they were undeniably one of the

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