Melliha is a laid-back town, located in the northwest corner of Malta, very close to the pier. Looking down from the hotel’s rooftop, it is actually a pizza shop where locals gather in Melliha on various postcards. Watching the chefs cook it, it’s the first time to eat with Mussel. , The taste kills all pizza in the Netherlands~~
Majestic and majestic intricacies - the Mariha parish church, built from 1881 to 1898 on a steep hillside in Meliha. I looked up a lot of information and learned that this church was built in memory of the birth of Ms. Mariha, all the stones were cut off from the quarry in nearby Lakhxtalmeliha, transported by local farmers to Meliha, who worked hard, Hopefully, a new church will be built. When the church is completed, the parish priests Deng Frankisk Magri, Deng Carlo Cortez and Deng Indley Fenech have worked hard to beautify the interior. It is said that the outside and inside of the church are very ornate, known by local people as the majestic and dignified church. Mariha Diocese Church Tour Guide: The Mariha Diocese Church stands on a hilltop, so it can be seen for miles. Inside, it is a magnificent palace with an artificial fountain. We came to the interior, which is a little small, but it is still very beautifully decorated. "The church is lined with statues on both sides, the ceiling is covered with fine paintings, and then goes into a small auditorium with a section of benches that look specially resting or praying, and the altar is hung with paintings of the Gospel of St Luke." The portraits look majestic. This is the most exquisite little church I have ever seen inside and it is very old. Good time to play: dusk, overlooking the whole Melija from the church, very beautiful for the crowds: like the ancient architecture, like the holiday crowds.