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Valletta - The Capital of Malta
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Valletta - The Capital of Malta

Valletta, the capital of Malta, was built by the Knights of St John in the 16th-century. It has been listed as a UNESCO world heritage site due to the various monumental buildings. It is a baroque city which has often been described as an open-air museum due to the amount of historic buildings concentrated in the area such as St John’s Co-Cathedral and the Grand Harbour, all built by the Knights as well as over 25 churches all concentrated in an area of 900m x 630m.
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Marsaxlokk

This is the main fishing village in Malta but if you visit the town any other day than a Sunday morning it might be hard to see. That is when the large and famous fish market is held on the dock. It's a true spectacle and something you shouldn't miss. If you feel like shopping something else than fish you find various articles such as souvenirs and handicrafts too. Enjoy a delicious seafood lunch at one of the picturesque restaurants when you are satisfied with your purchases.
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Megalithic Temples

The remains of numerous temples erected in the fourth and third millennium B.C. are unique in the world. Stone idols, animal representations carved in relief, stone tablets, altars and screens decorated with spirals and other patterns enhance the attraction of these magnificent sanctuaries. You find the remnants on various locations around the islands. Some of the places worth a visit are Hagar Qim in Qrendi. Tarxien Temples in Tarxien and Ggantija in Gozo.
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Gozo
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Gozo

The sister island, Gozo, is well worth a visit on its own. Hire a car or book one of the many day trips with jeep safari that is offered at the different tour operators. After disembarking the ferry you will directly notice the difference between the islands. Gozo has a more tranquil atmosphere and is lusher with its many agriculture farms. While you are here don't miss the Citadel in Victoria, the Saltpans, the Inland Sea and the Azure Window, one of the most famous landmarks of Malta.
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