capital of Malta

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the capital of Malta

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For an escape into silence, head to the near center of the island where, perched high on a hilltop, is Mdina, former capital of Malta.
A conference on architectural history entitled 'The Founding Myths of Architecture' was recently held in the splendid late sixteenth-century Auberge de Provence in Valletta, capital of Malta.
Then it was on to Mdina - the old walled capital of Malta.
at least proud Pete has been appointed cultural ambassador to Valleta, the capital of Malta.
Valletta, a harbour city whose formidable walls rise majestically from the sea, is the current capital of Malta.
Also, known as the Silent City, the ancient capital of Malta was established by the Arabs and is a living monument of architectural styles boasting heavily built walls, shaded narrow streets lined with imposing Norman and Baroque buildings that seem frozen in time.
His latest venture is co-producing a baroque opera in the Manoel Theatre, built in 1732 in Valletta, the capital of Malta.
Ahead I could see the sandstone walls of Mdina, the old Moorish capital of Malta, towering above the dusty plains below.
Just answer the following question: The capital of Malta is:
Answer this: What is the capital of Malta (a) Valetta (b) Sliema (c) St Julian's.
We stopped at Cadiz in Spain and Valletta, the capital of Malta, en route to Venice as part of The Adriatic Adventure Cruise.
The beautiful city of Medina is the old capital of Malta, and is now called the "silent city" as cars are not allowed within its walls because any sound echoes round it.
It was once the capital of Malta and has been virtually untouched since one of the Knights' Grand Masters added a baroque flourish to the place in the early 18th Century.