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Important Churches in Valletta

Valletta, Malta’s capital city, is a real testament to Malta’s Catholic faith. Built by the Order of the Knights of Saint John, which was a Catholic Military Order, the city became the capital one...

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The Common Almond Tree

In Maltese the word “almond” is “lewża” which refers to that much sought after nut from which almond oil, almond syrup, almond butter and almond milk are made. The almond tree grows to a...

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Ta’ Ċenċ Cliffs in Gozo

One of the most panoramic and beautifully unique views within the Maltese Islands, can surely be found within the small Gozitan village of Ta’ Sannat, on the Southern side of the island of Gozo....

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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...