Culture & History
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There are seven megalithic temples on the islands of Gozo and Malta, each individually discovered and developed. On Gozo are two very large Bronze Age structures, which are called the temples of Ggantija. The temples of Mnajdra, Hagar Qin and Tarxien can be found on Malta are unique because of the lack of resources that were available to the temple builders. Skorba and Ta’Hagrat are great examples of how temple building traditions were passed among generations on the island of Malta.read more
The Maltese Islands has a fascinating and ancient history and the legacy includes three UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Valetta, the Hal Saflieni Hypogeum, and the Megalithic Temples.read more
Towards the end of 2012, Valetta, the capital of Malta, was nominated as the 2018 European Capital of Culture by the European Union. In light of this, the Valletta 2018 foundation was set up to manage cultural events in Malta for the year.read more
Explore the rich and lavish History, Culture and Traditions of Malta and the Maltese Islands, from its religious temples to its picturesque beaches Malta is a mixing pot of excitement and variety.read more
Malta is a nation of islands at the centre of the Mediterranean Sea. It has a history affecting Europe and Africa at the same time. Due to the interesting history, the nation has amazing places that describe and show the culture in Malta.read more
Malta is a small island located in the heart of the Mediterranean and is surrounded by sea. The island boasts about its 300 days of sunshine, equipping it with one of the most ideal climates to organise outdoor excursions.read more
If you are looking for extremely delicious and nutritious dishes in the Mediterranean, the Maltese cuisine should be your choice. These dishes will keep you going for more. Food prepared in Malta mostly constitutes ingredients that are locally produced. This Mediterranean island has good production of vegetables such as tomatoes, olives among others.read more
Are you planning to visit Malta this year? We’re glad to let you know you’re in for many beautiful surprises. The thing about this island is that even though there are dozens of interesting things to see, the really precious ones are often located off the main path and away from the touristic crowds.
Malta and Gozo both form part of an archipelago nation in the Mediterranean sea. Malta is the largest island, the seat of government and is home to the bulk of the total population of around 450,000. Gozo is much smaller in every sense, being around 67 square kilometres and home to around 32,000 people. The only other inhabited island in the archipelago is Comino.
As international trade and cross border business grows, the need for high quality conference centers across Europe is higher now than ever before. Whether you are looking for a small, medium, or large-sized function space, Malta is a country with a number of different venues able to meet your demands.
What is happening this in Malta events calender this year? As you might have read in from our history and culture articles, Malta has a vast variety of events for you to enjoy.
Malta is a beautiful and an ideal place to organise a business event or a conference, exhibition, meeting, or incentive. Found in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, Malta is often called the gateway between Europe and Africa.