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The History of Carnival in Malta

Carnival in Malta has a long history. The word itself originates from the Italian phrase ‘carne vale’, which means ‘meat is allowed’, since Carnival itself is usually celebrated before the start of Lent, during...

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The Lord Nelson

The Lord Nelson restaurant is situated in Mosta, precisely a stone’s throw away from the Mosta church which is claimed to have the third largest unsupported dome in the world. The restaurant premises is...

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Rambling around Malta

The island of Malta, with its mild temperate climate and its long spring and summers, not to mention its predominantly sunny weather, is perfect for those who love nature and the countryside. Apart from...

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San Anton Palace and Gardens

Surrounded by rustic walls adorned with green ivy and climbing plants, San Anton Gardens in Attard is considered to be one of the most beautiful man-made locations in Malta. The gardens are laid out...

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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...