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The House that Never Existed

One night, three young men who were fascinated with village feasts, visited the village feast of Mellieħa. As they were walking towards their car during the early hours of the morning, they started to...

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Easter Celebrations in Malta

Malta is a predominantly Catholic country, this means that most Maltese follow and adhere to a yearly religious calendar which gives importance to a number of recurring feasts and traditions. Among these, Easter is...

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Musical Events in Malta this April

Spring is finally here. The sun is shining, the weather is getting warmer, and everyone feels not only sprightlier, but also full of energy and verve. Maybe this is why so many events around...

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The Mosta Bride

Located at the corner of Triq it-Torri Cumbo and Triq Durumblat in Mosta lies Cumbo Tower, or Torri Cumbo. This historic medieval stronghold surrounded by extensive gardens today hosts a water reservoir which receives...

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Hauntings in The Prison Cell

An ex-prisoner relates his experience in a particular cell, where he was imprisoned for two years. During the night at approximately 2.30 a.m, he was experiencing a very cold atmosphere in his cell and...

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University of Malta

The University of Malta, whose main building is currently situated in the central town of Msida, is considered to be the highest educational institution in Malta. The institution itself is publicly funded and is...