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Top Things to do In Sliema 2021



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CitadelNearby City


4.6/510 Reviews
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Open from 9:00am-5:00pm (Local time)
"Cittadella is the Victoria Castle on the island of Gozo, Malta. The area has been inhabited since the Bronze Age, and the place occupied by Cittadella is considered to be the acropolis of the Gallic or Glaucus in the Roman city of Carthage. During the Middle Ages, the Acropolis was transformed into a castle as a refuge for the population of Gozo. In the 15th century, the city walls expanded beyond the suburbs. This area has now become the historical core area of Victoria. The castle’s defenses were already weak in the 16th century. In 1551, the Ottoman army invaded Gozo and ransacked Cittadella. Between 1599 and 1622, the southern city wall of Cittadella was rebuilt and transformed into a gunpowder fortress. The northern city wall remained unchanged and still retains the medieval style. The reconstruction of the fortress was criticized at the time, so in the 17th and 18th centuries, plans to demolish the entire castle were made many times, but never implemented. Cittadella Castle played no defensive role during the French invasion and the subsequent 1798 uprising. In 1868, he was declared retirement by the British. The castle has been included in Malta’s UNESCO World Heritage List since 1998. Churches and other historic buildings can be seen in Cittadella Castle, including the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin, built on the site of an earlier church between 1697 and 1711. The castle is the highest point on the north side of Victoria City, standing on the castle can overlook the entire Victoria City."
Hal Saflieni HypogeumNearby City

Hal Saflieni Hypogeum

3/52 Reviews
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"Historical Site"
Open from 9:00am-5:00pm (Local time)
"Become an "Indiana Jones"-Har Savlieni Underground Palace has liked to watch "Indiana Jones" since childhood, and like to visit some tombs, temples and other attractions. And this time I went to the Hal Saflieni Underground Palace, which impressed me deeply, and felt like I was a Raiders of the Lost Ark. It is both a temple and a cemetery. The Har Saflieni Underground Palace has a title of "prehistoric sacred place", also called the underground palace. It was built over 3000 BC and was a product of the Neolithic Age, hewn from rock A palace with a depth of about 12 meters is very spectacular. I heard from the tour guide that it was used as a temple at first, and later it was used as a cemetery. It is one of the world heritage sites. The entire underground palace is very large, nearly 500 square meters, with more than 30 stone houses, because when used as a temple, some of these stone houses are used to store food and some are used to store water. Very magical acoustic properties Here is a limestone chiseled room in the underground palace, with inexplicable acoustic properties. It is said that a word in this room will be amplified by about 100 times and can be heard throughout the palace. So here is also a place where many geologists and physicists study the truth. Some people speculate that this underground palace was originally a refuge for some ancient philosophers or scientists. And this room is used as an oracle for the high priest of the temple, and this design allows all rooms to hear instructions. TIPS: The underground palace should be kept serious and quiet, because of its acoustic characteristics, the transmission of sound will disturb other tourists." is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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