Malta – Mdina

Mdina, Malta

Malta has a few treasures and Mdina is definitely one of them!
The small city of Mdina dates back to 8th century BC, and it’s one of the main attractions in Malta.
It’s a very unique place! While being in Malta, you just must take a slow walk and explore this special town! 🙂

As a curio, Mdina is sometimes called Silent City; and only people who live there can drive inside the city.

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Malta – Churches

Gozo Island, Malta

Roman Catholicism is the main religion in Malta. So, it’s not a surprised, that there are so many churches in Malta. There are some similarities between them, but it’s still worth to see a few different churches in Malta Island or Gozo Island.

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Malta – Street Decorations

Marsaxlokk, Malta

Today, I’m showing you another picture from lovely Marsaxlokk. Maybe, I’ll never memorize the name of this town, but I’m going to remember all nice place I’ve visited there. 🙂 Marsaxlokk is definitely a place you should take a walk and simply look around – you’ll always find something interesting.

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Malta – Doors

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While visiting towns or cities, I always pay attention at windows and doors. Especially, I adore old wooden ones. In Malta, I also found many nice windows and doors.
p.s. I guess, I’m not the only one who sees a face in today’s picture. 😉

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Malta – Popeye Village (Sweethaven)

Popeye Village (Sweethaven Village), Malta

The movie “Popeye” from 1980 was made in Malta. To that purpose, the Sweethaven Village (Popeye Village) was built there. Currently, the film set is an attraction fun park. I haven’t been inside, just saw it from the other side, and it looked lovely (together with turquoise water). All wooden, colorful buildings are so picturesque – a perfect location.

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Malta – Marsaxlokk

Marsaxlokk, Malta

Marsaxlokk is a picturesque Maltese fishing village with a bit complicated name. 😉
I’ve already showed you a few pictures from Marsaxlokk, you’ll find them in posts from 1st , 8th, 11th and 12th of August 2017.

If it’s possible, visit Marsaxlokk on Sunday, explore narrow streets, enjoy the coast and go to the fish market. 🙂

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Malta – UNESCO

Tarxien Temples, Malta

There are three Maltese sites on the UNESCO World Heritage List:
-Megalithic Temples
-City of Valletta
-Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum.

All sites are worth visiting, especially the temples and hypogeum. 🙂

Currently, on the UNESCO list, there are 6 Megalithic temples (Ġgantija, Ħaġar Qim, Mnajdra, Skorba, Ta’ Ħaġrat and Tarxien). However, there are more Megalithic temples existing on Malta. Maybe one day, the UNESCO list will be extended?

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Malta – Prehistoric Statues

Tarxien Temples, Malta

How do Megalithic temples look like?
-Well, it depends which site. In general you’ll be able to “explore” the interiors of the Megalithic structures; reconstructions of e.g., doorway; examples of prehistoric art; large prehistoric statues and of course lots of stones (very, very, very old stones).

The statue presented today comes from Tarxien Temples, that’s located just outside Valletta.

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Malta – Ancient sites

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When I was visiting Malta, I had a chance to visit a few Megalithic temples.
Each site was very interesting. Everywhere, I met friendly people, proud of their culture and place they work. I also liked the way some Megalithic temples (not all of them) are protected, e.g., with a “tent”.
And in general, it’s a very unique experience to be in such an old place, even if their age is not so precisely estimated, they are still impressive!

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Malta – Megalithic Temples

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I’ve already mentioned, that Megalithic temples are the most interesting sites of Malta.
They are considered as one of the oldest free-standing structures in the world! First of them were built around 3600 BC (some sources even say 5500 BC). They are really unique sites, and when you’re in Malta – it’s a must to visit at least one or two Megalithic temples. 🙂

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