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Malta 2019

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TOP DESTINATIONS

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Top places of interest

Here is a list of just a few of the places of interest that you can find on our offline map.

Chapel of St Basil

This chapel was built in 1486 however it was enlarged three times. The present size of the chapel was completed by 1515, commemorated by the inscription of the date on the main painting of the chapel. In 1575 the chapel was visited by Bishop Dusina on ...

St Michael's Chapel

The original chapel was built in 1550. It s mentioned in the report written by Bishop Pietro Dusina when he visited Malta in 1575. He mentions that the church lacked all means necessary to celebrate the divine liturgy. However he mentions that a feast ...

Vincenti Tower

Vincenti Tower is a tower in Mqabba, Malta. It was built in 1726 by Fra Orfeo de Vincenzo, a Prior of the Order of St. John. It forms part of a countryside residence, which also includes a palace/farmhouse known as Ta' Torri Spero, and a garden between...

Our Lady of Sorrows Chapel

The original chapel, dedicated to the Assumption of Mary referred to as Tal-Faqqanija, was built prior to 1500. During the plague of 1592 and 1593 the cemetery in front of the chapel was used to bury people who died because of the plague. Nowadays the...

St Mary's Church

The parish of Mqabba was created in 1598 and the Church of St Basil was chosen as the new parish church. Construction on the new church commenced in 1663. The parish title was transferred to the newly built church of the Assumption in 1699. The new chu...

St Catherine's Chapel

The origins of this chapel are unknown. The chapel is mentioned by Bishop Pietro Dusina during his apostolic visit to Malta in 1575. He mentioned that the chapel which he visited was built in 1550 however an older one existed. The chapel was built besi...

San Pawl Milqi

San Pawl Milqi is the ruin of a Roman-period agricultural villa and a pagan temple, the most extensive to have ever been unearthed in Malta. A christian church was built on site based on the pseudo-history and religious doctrine that the site has bibli...

Victoria Lines

The Victoria Lines run along a natural geographical barrier known as the Great Fault, from Madliena in the east, through the limits of the town of Mosta in the centre of the island, to Binġemma and the limits of Rabat, on the west coast. The complex ne...

Auberge d'Aragon

The Auberge d'Aragon is an auberge in Valletta, Malta. It was built in 1571 to house knights of the Order of Saint John from the langue of Aragon, Navarre and Catalonia. It is the only surviving auberge in Valletta which retains its original Mannerist ...

Auberge de Castille

The Auberge de Castille is an auberge in Valletta, Malta. It was originally built in the 1570s to house knights of the Order of Saint John from the langue of Castile, León and Portugal. The present building dates back to the 1740s, when it was complete...

Playmobil FunPark

Playmobil FunPark is the world's second largest Playmobil factory, located in Ħal Far in the extreme south of Malta. Although smaller than the Playmobil FunPark headquarters in Zirndorf, some 2 million Playmobils a week are made at the factory which al...

Bay Street (entertainment complex)

Bay Street is a hotel, commercial, and entertainment complex in St. Julian's, Malta. Bay Street was constructed on November 25, 2000 as part of a Lm30 million investment for the Paceville area. It incorporates the largest shopping complex on the isl...

Is-Suq tal-Belt

In the 16th century, the site now occupied by the market was a square named Piazza del Malcantone. The site was used as part of the gallows parade of a guilty person, which was humiliated and tortured around Valletta, before being hanged in Floriana. I...

Tigné Point

Tigné Point is a peninsula in Sliema, Malta. The area was originally occupied by several fortifications and a British barracks complex, which were left derelict for many years, until the area was redeveloped in the early 21st century. The area now cont...

Fortifications Interpretation Centre

The idea to establish a museum about Malta's military architecture goes back to the 1960s, when British architect Quentin Hughes proposed to set up such a museum in Fort San Lucian. Military historian Stephen C. Spiteri also made plans to establish a m...

Sea Malta Building

The Sea Malta Building is a former office building located in Marsa, Malta. It was originally built in 1948 as a warehouse and recreational facility for the British Navy, Army and Air Force Institutes. It was the head office of Sea Malta from 1981 to 2...

Ximenes Redoubt

Salina Right Redoubt was built between 1715 and 1716 as part of the Order of Saint John's first building program of coastal fortifications. It was one of two redoubts defending Salina Bay. The redoubt on the other side of the bay, known as Perellos Red...

Fort Campbell

Fort Campbell is located on the Selmun peninsula, roughly halfway between Mistra Battery and the ruins of Għajn Ħadid Tower, and facing St Paul's Islands. It was built to protect the approach to both Mellieħa Bay and St. Paul's Bay. It also protected B...

Fort Chambray

Fort Chambray or Fort Chambrai is a bastioned fort located in the precincts of Għajnsielem, on the island of Gozo, Malta. It was built in the mid-18th century by the Order of Saint John, in an area known as Ras it-Tafal, between the port of Mġarr and X...

Fort Ricasoli

Fort Ricasoli stands on the easternmost peninsula on the east side of the Grand Harbour. The promontory was originally known as Rinella Point or Punta Sottile. In 1531, two leaders of a slave rebellion and ten others who took a prominent role, who had ...

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TOP DESTINATIONS

435

PLACES OF INTEREST

1483

HOTELS

808

CAFES AND RESTAURANTS

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