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Historical Site
热爱生活0618The Baroque decoration inside St. John’s Cathedral is amazing. Inside there is a Cathedral Museum, which displays two important works by the Italian painter Caravaggio.
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Theme Park
fz570628In the Disney cartoon fairy tale, there is a "Popeye" who eats spinach and is extremely powerful. In Malta, a "Popeye Village" was created according to this fairy tale. The village has a barber shop, a bakery, a sawmill, a post office, a fishing shop, and a shoemaker's shop. After the live-action Popeye movie was filmed, these scenes were completely preserved.
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City Park
DJDQIf you want to see any scenic spot, you must be as early as possible, whether natural or human, because it is likely that one day you will wake up and your home will be gone. Such as the Blue Window, such as the Twelve Apostles on the Great Ocean Road. Except for the strong wind and the out-of-time bus, Lanchuang is super magnificent and terrifying. You can sit quietly and look at the sea at Lanchuang for a whole day. The beauty of the world is probably here.
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City Park
DJDQThe mysterious blue cave is worth exploring, but you have to try your luck. When we arrived that day, the blue cave was not open because of the wind, and it was a pity that we couldn't go boating to experience it in depth. However, watching from afar on the shore is spectacular enough, and this charming blue of the Mediterranean is deeply impressed by the memories of this life.
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Museum
渭南松赞干布The Grand Palace, also known as the Palace of the Chiefs of the Knights, is located in the center of the capital Valletta. It was built between the 16th and 18th centuries. It was the palace of the chiefs of the Knights of St. John who ruled Malta. It is also known as the Palace of Priesthood. During the British rule, it was the British Governor's Palace. After 1974, it was the seat of the Maltese Presidential Palace and Parliament. Part of this palace, the Palace Armory, is open to the public as a museum managed by the Maltese heritage. The presidential palace contains many portraits of European monarchs, leaders of the knights, and treasures such as medieval knights. There are more than 5,000 historical weapons and other equipment in the palace’s armory, which are important cultural relics for the study of historical wars and social development.
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Castle
热爱生活0618The Fortress of Sant’Angelo stands magnificently in the town of Vittorioza on the east side of Puerto Grande. It was first built in the Middle Ages and was named Maris Castle. In the 1530s to 1690s, it was rebuilt by the Knights of St. John to have a bastion and named Fort San Angelo. It suffered great damage during World War II and was included in the UNESCO World Heritage Experimental List in 1998..

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