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Birkirkara

Birkirkara

Birkirkara is the largest population centre on the Islands and has been so since the Middle Ages.

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Birżebbuġa

Birżebbuġa

Birżebbuġa is a quiet fishing port and small resort on the western side of Marsaxlokk Bay.

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Cospicua (Bormla)

Cospicua (Bormla)

Cospicua is the largest of the Three Cities on Grand Harbour opposite Valletta.

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Fgura

Fgura

Fgura, on the surface, appears to be a new town built in the 1960s. But its outward appearance belies ancient origins. The town has prehistoric roots.

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Floriana

Floriana

Floriana is a suburb of Valletta and shares with it the impressive harbour fortifications.

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Fontana

Fontana

Fontana, locally known simply as 'Triq tal-Għajn', (the way to the spring), took its name from a bountiful spring at the bottom of the road leading to Xlendi, locally referred to as 'il-Għajn il-Kbira', (the big spring).

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Għajnsielem

Għajnsielem

Għajnsielem is a village situated in the South East of Gozo.

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Għarb

Għarb

Għarb means West and this typical old Gozitan village unsurprisingly lies in the West of the Island. It started life as a small hamlet centuries ago.

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Għasri

Għasri

Għasri is Gozo's smallest parish and village, and one of the most traditional.

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Gudja

Gudja

Gudja can claim to be the `mother parish' of nearly all the surrounding southern villages and hamlets.

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