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Noisy Maltese surprise? Swits!

Noisy Maltese surprise? Swits!

Swifts are all over Malta, they differ a bit from seagulls. They can be very skilful and disturbing. They are chasing one each other all over the sky. You can spot them doing so almost whole season. You can spot them without any problems even in the streets of St. Julian’s or Sliema. Interesting think […]

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MAY 2012 EVENTS

Harp Therapy Benefit Concert Date: 1st May Place: Millenium Centre   You will be able to listen a music composed by Alfredo Rolando Ortiz, Sonja Grace an Stella Benson and now played by Haerp Therapy Practitioner Sonja Grace. This event will take place in Paceville – Millenium Centre. The Entrance fee is €20.     […]

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Megalithic temples of Hagar Qim

Megalithic temples of Hagar Qim

Do you like the ancient culture, sights and attractions? Try to visit megalithic temples of Hagar Qim. Where to find it? Hagar Qim temple complex is located in the quieter and less populous parts of the island, along the south coast. The most famous megalithic temple in Malta is situated near the village of Qrendi […]

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March 2012 events

March 2012 events

An Evening of Chamber Music Date: 6th March Program: Hindemith’s, Beethoven’s and Franck’s works presented by Gerard Caussé (viola) and Felipe Ribeiro Pinto (piano) in Manoel Theatre Date: 10th March A Flamenco group from the heart of Seville show you art full of energy and emotion. Place: Manoel Theatre, Valletta Film Screening – Flower Date: […]

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February 2012 events

February 2012 events

There is a lot of thing to look forward to during this month. You will be able to see Malta’s Valetta carneval. The whole city will shine to the accompaniment of great music.       Valleta by Night – Valletta Date: Every Saturday in February   During this month, will every Saturday night come […]

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Theatre in January – what you should not miss!

Theatre in January – what you should not miss!

Alice in Wonderland – Manoel Theatre, Valletta Date: 20th – 22nd January Alice in wonderland, presented by Maleth, is a musical based play on the classic by Lewis Caroll. This event will be held from Friday to Sunday 22nd.   Music Education Programmes – Manoel Theatre, Valletta Date: 28th January This “Music Education Programme” is […]

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January 2012 events!

Reporting from Malta events planning headquarters. For those who wants to live actively during their stay on Malta we have few tips! We will start the new year with a series of very exciting performances such as Alice in Wonderland (musical) or Malta Philharmonic Orchestra.   Ali Baba Pantomime – Manoel Theatre, Valleta Date: 26th […]

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December 2011 Events

Retrospective Art Exhibition Date: 14th  November – 8th  December This retrospective art exhibition is organized by Flimkien għal Ambjent Aħjar. It takes place on the occasion of the 150th Anniversary of the Unification of Italy and it includes leading artist linked to Italy. You can find here work from Emvin Cremona, Esprit Barthet,  Raymond Pitrè, […]

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Wetlands of Malta

Even Malta has its own Wetlands. It is probably not their most characteristic habitat, but it is important sanctuary or oasis for migrating birds or other faunal species dependant on water. But it is not just wetlands…there are cliffs, sand dunes or freshwater rockpools and no wonder that  “local”  animals must have a number of […]

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Tour de Malta’s flea markets

Flea markets have a great history in Malta. Crowded streets, the press of people, yelling merchants, proclaiming their wares as “typically Maltese”, these are elements of Maltese cultural identity. Merchants and their stalls are spread all over the island. Regardless of their shape and size, these markets are still part of our domestic culture. The […]

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