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The Spiny Caper

The Spiny Caper grows in semi-arid to arid climates. It is native to Mediterranean countries such as Spain, France, Italy, Algeria and East Africa. We also find it growing around Malta and Gozo. It...

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Għana

Għana is generally sung by two or more singers called għannejja, who seat themselves at two opposite ends of the stage, retorting answers to each other in rhyme, usually without any planning or meditation....

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The Cursed Doll

A young girl called Mary, was playing with her doll in a quiet street in Mdina. Her mother told her not to leave the doorstep and she went inside the house to start preparing...

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MSPCA

The MSPCA, which is an acronym standing in for the Malta Society for the Protection and Care of Animals, is the oldest registered charity organisation in Malta aiming, amongst other things, towards taking care...

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The Olive Tree

The Olive Tree belongs to the species called “evergreen”, which means that the tree does not lose its leaves during the winter period. Its size rarely exceeds 10 metres and it is native to...

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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...