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Awesome Things to Do in Malta

Rasshmie Salunkhay Jun 15, 2019
Malta is the 10th smallest country in the world, yet it inhabits a plethora of attractive destinations that are heterogeneous in their own ways. This maybe one reason that makes Malta world's 5th most densely populated country.

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Malta possesses a rich Christian legacy with a majority of people being Catholic. It claims of three UNESCO World Heritage Sites and a multitude of monumental wonders.

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Its medieval villages and towns consist of some great museums, markets, old structures and of course, churches.

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The Silent City of Mdina

Cloistered with walls, yet elevated to the scenic hills to visionize the sea, tags Mdina as a silent city.

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Being the ancient capital of Malta, it has a fine amalgamation of beautiful museums, picturesque streetscape as well as chilled out cafeterias.

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Comino island

Comino is renowned for its eerie underwater dives other than wind-surfing, snorkeling, etc. It falls between the islands Malta and Gozo (the sister islands), and is almost uninhabited, yes, not even a car!

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Mosta Dome

One of the most massive churches in Malta is the Mosta Dome. One can only marvel at its enthralling beauty and the phenomenal structure that it is.

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The Citadel

The Citadel has its origin since the medieval era and stands as the most distinguished monument of the island, Gozo.

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The enormous fortifications of Citadel are wonderful and if you happen to walk on the top of the wall, you will be taken aback with a mind-blowing 360 degree vista.

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Ta' Pinu

Ta’ Pinu is one of the selective shrines that shouldn’t be missed for its serene beauty and a heavenly vibe.

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Marsaxlokk

This tiny fishing village of Malta is acclaimed for the daily markets of the finest fish available here. You can relax with a walk beside the coast or swim your heart out.

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St. Paul's Pro Cathedral

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The prominent feature of the Cathedral is its dome, that serves as a muse to worldwide artists. The renowned artist Mattia Preti’s works are worth a watch at this marvelous place.

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The Grand Harbour

During the ancient period, the harbor was often used as a refuge, but with the tremendous development like the wharves and docks in the recent years, it surely deserves the attention of the world.