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... came to also represent the 8 nationalities knights originated from.
We saw the site of a covered archaeological site, the temple of Hagar Qim (c. 3600 - 3200 BC) stands on a hilltop overlooking the sea and the islet of Filfla. Covered to protect the ruins and researchers from the sun. On our way back we also saw the Grand Master’s Palace.
We had been ...
... 7000 bodies were interred here over its many centuries of use (up to about 2500 BC). It was worth coming to Malta just to visit this site. It is with extraordinary archaeological sites like this that you thank UNESCO for its protection. The Hypogeum was closed for 10 (reopening mid-2000) due to the serious damage of the burial chambers' limestone walls caused by the carbon dioxide exhaled by visiting tourists. It was a truly unique site and the 50-minute tour ...
The first part of the trip was a little bit of a nightmare. The heavens had opened up and I was lost. I went to a small café, had a coffee, asked for directions and by this time it was gorgeous sunshine. The main castle in Birgu was being renovated, so I made my way round back inland then out again to the second of the three cities, Senglea.
The Docklands had been renovated and there was a modern walkway stretching along the bay. As you can see from ...
... Most of the cave complex seemed to be natural, but some of the stone had certainly been chiselled away.
We set off on foot towards Malta’s only woodland – the Buskett Gardens. On the way we followed a cat into The Sculptor’s Lodge. The lodge garden was full of large sculptures which reminded me of Al Phemister and Stephen Deronne’s work. I think it was probably private property, but we had a look around anyway!
The Buskett ...
... streets lit by hundreds of little candles. People proudly opened their front doors, their windows and smiled as tourists took pictures of their decorated homes.
I tried to find the Auberge of Germany and although it was clearly indicated on my map and asked locals, no one seemed to know where it was. It’s like if it just vanished! I decided to look for it during broad daylight the next morning.
I was hungry, so decided ...