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The awe-inspiring megalithic Ġgantija Temples command soaring views over most of southern Gozo. — Lonely Planet
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A designated UNESCO World Heritage site, this unique and mysterious place is formed of rooms distributed over three different levels and linked up by passages and stairways — Michelin Guide
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Where knights once honed their fencing skills under a covered loggia (now open to the sky), a troupe of cats and some greenery occupy this lofty lookout. — Fodor's
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Built at the same time as the Mesopotamian and Egyptian city-states, the Hagar Quim Temple was constructed using Maltese limestone — Michelin Guide
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There are no words that can prepare you for the baroque interior of the St John's Co Cathedral in Malta — Afar Magazine
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This palace was the home of the Grand Master of the Order of St John from the time Valletta was built in the early 1570s until the Knights were kicked out of Malta by Napoleon in 1798 — The Telegraph
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An exhilarating exhibition! — Michelin Guide
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Catacombs run under much of Rabat. Up Triq Santa Agatha from Parish Square, the Catacombs of St. Paul are clean of bones but full of carved-out burial troughs. — Fodor's
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Housed in the Auberge de Provence (the hostel of the Knights from Provence), the museum has an excellent collection of finds from Malta's many prehistoric sites—Tarxien, Haġar Qim, and the Hypogeum at Paola. — Fodor's
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The three interconnecting Tarxien Temples have curious carvings, oracular chambers, and altars, all dating from about 2800 BC — Fodor's
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This is not only a museum about Malta's Second World War but – for me more interestingly – it offers tours of the vast World War Two shelter below ground — The Telegraph
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The Inquisitor's Palace was built in the 1530s and served as law courts until the 1570s, when it became the tribunal (and prison) of the Inquisition, whose task it was to find and suppress heresy — Lonely Planet
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Fort Saint Elmo looks out over the quays of Valletta's Grand Harbour, which used to be a hub of intense trade, but today draws people who are out for a stroll — Michelin Guide
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Close to the palace built in 1731 by the Portuguese Grand Master Manoel de Vilhena, the Manoel Theatre is one of the oldest theatres in Europe — Michelin Guide
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Malta's prettiest beach, also known as Golden Bay, is also it's wind and kite surfing center, with onshore breezes being particularly advantageous outside the main summer season. — Fodor's
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A medieval Patrician stone mansion, dating from between the 13th and 15th centuries, reveals a wealth of original architectural features — Fodor's
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A steep road takes you to the rocky inlet where noisy boats (€7.50) leave for the grottoes (there are many) and the stained-glass-blue waters that splash their walls. — Fodor's
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Perfect spot to appreciate nature in all its grandeur. — Afar Magazine
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Stone Age solar temple is aligned with the sun on each equinox and solstice.  — Atlas Obscura
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Take a look inside one of the old Maltese houses and tour the Casa Rocca Piccola — Afar Magazine
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