Living in Malta Blog - Formerly Malta.cc

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Malcolm Pisani

Although the Maltese islands are relatively very small in size, they are nothing short of outstanding talent. This article will be exclusively dedicated to one of Malta’s most popular artists- Malcolm Pisani. His new...

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Qormi

Found in the Southern region of Malta, Qormi is recognised as the Maltese capital of bread-making, and boasts the largest number of bakeries in the country. Although today, Qormi is the third largest locality...

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Riding around Gozo

Gozo, Malta’s sister island and the second largest one in the Maltese archipelago, is a treasure-trove full of natural landscapes, verdant flora, lush foliage, crystalline beaches, and unique panoramas. Apart from enjoying peaceful walks...

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The Feast of Saint Paul

The feast of Saint Paul’s Shipwreck is a holiday unique to Malta, as it celebrates the event of Saint Paul’s shipwreck on the island around A. D. 60. The account of Saint Paul’s shipwreck...

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The Silver Cigarette Case

The story I am about to relate, is perhaps one of the most popular ghost stories in Malta. It is set in an opulent seventeenth century old house in St. Ursula Street in Malta’s...

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Kalkara

Kalkara, whose name and motto are derived from its lime deposits (‘kalkara tal-ġir’, means ‘lime kiln’), started out as a small fishing hamlet and a resort area. Situated in the eastern part of Malta,...