Malta, a country of Кnights

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  • Bibliotheca National Library
  • Church of St. Catherine of Alexandria
  • Fort St. Angelo
  • Fort St. Angelo
  • Fort St. Angelo
  • Grandmaster’s  Palace
  • Grandmaster’s Palace
  • Horse drawn cab drivers insist on stand in Valletta centre, Malta
  • La Borsa,Valletta, Malta
  • Lower Barrakka Gardens
  • Lower Barrakka Gardens
  • Memorial To Second World War
  • Memorial To Second World War
  • Memorial To Second World War
  • Monument To Sir Alexander Ball
  • Monument To Sir Alexander Ball
  • National Museum of Archaeology
  • St, John's Cathedral
  • Street fountain, Valletta, Malta
  • Streets in Valeta, Malta
  • Triton Fountain
  • Upper Barakka Gardens
  • Upper Barakka Gardens
  • Valeta, Malta
  • Valetta, Malta
  • Valletta, Malta
  • Yacht Port in Valletta, Malta
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Malta, a country of Кnights

Home of the oldest-known human structures in the world, the Maltese archipelago is best described as an open-air museum. Malta, the biggest of the seven Mediterranean islands, is the cultural center of the three largest—only three islands that are fully inhabited. If you’re into heavy metal—swords, armor and other medieval weaponry—you’ll love the Grandmaster’s Palace. It houses a magnificent collection of ornate battle gear. Visit the National Museum of Archaeology to see a spectacular range of artifacts dating back to Malta’s Neolithic period (5000 BC). And for some fresh air and picturesque views, be sure not to miss the Lower Barrakka Gardens. It’s a particularly idea place to take in the magnificent view of the Grand Harbour. Last, but not least, don’t miss the Church of St. Catherine of Alexandria. This recently restored church is an ideal place to see Mattia Preti’s refined style up close.

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We enjoyed a marvelous stay at this location. Very warm welcome, extremely kind and helpful hostess. Also a perfect place for scuba diving. All the family can enjoy the marvels of the under water world. For sure, we'll come back!

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Grandmaster’s Palace

If you’re into heavy metal—swords, armor and other medieval weaponry—you’ll love the Grandmaster’s Palace. It’s the home of the Maltese President and the seat of Malta’s Parliament. Historically, it was the home of the Grandmasters of the Knights of St. John. Wander the throne room to see one of the most magnificent collections battle gear in existence.

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Saint George's Square, Valletta, Malta (Open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday-Wednesday)
Grandmaster’s Palace

Lower Barrakka Gardens

The Lower Barrakka Gardens in Valletta, Malta is well known for its Doric temple, the Monument to Sir Alexander Ball. It is one of the most well preserved Doric temples in the world. The Gardens offer a magnificent view of the Grand Harbour and, if you come at the right time, you might catch a game of outdoor bingo.

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Valletta, Malta
Lower Barrakka Gardens

Triton Fountain

If you’re traveling by bus, it will be impossible to miss the Triton Fountain, the central feature in City Gate Square, Valletta. The square serves as the central bus terminus and the entrance to the city. The fountain was installed in 1959 and is the work of artist, Vincent Apap.

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41°54'13.2294"N, 12°29'17.9694"E
Triton Fountain

Church of St. Catherine of Alexandria

Of all of the churches of Malta, The Church of St. Catherine of Alexandria is not to be missed. Mattia Preti, the painter responsible for bringing baroque style to Malta, designed the decoration for the vault in 1659 and later donated his grandiose tableaux, The Martyrdom of St. Catherine, which sits above the alter.

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Triq il-Merkanti, Valletta, Malta
Church of St. Catherine of Alexandria

National Museum of Archaeology

The Maltese museum of prehistoric artifacts is housed in one of the most elaborately decorated Baroque buildings in Valletta and serves as a good introduction to prehistory and early history in Malta. See a unique display of renowned artifacts like the Sleeping Lady, a 5,000-year old sculpture, and the Anubis pendant.

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Auberge de Provence, Republic Street, Valletta VLT 1112 (Open 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Sunday)
National Museum of Archaeology

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We enjoyed a marvelous stay at this location. Very warm welcome, extremely kind and helpful hostess. Also a perfect place for scuba diving. All the family can enjoy the marvels of the under water world. For sure, we'll come back!

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We enjoyed a marvelous stay at this location. Very warm welcome, extremely kind and helpful hostess. Also a perfect place for scuba diving. All the family can enjoy the marvels of the under water world. For sure, we'll come back!

Samuel Elms, London