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Malta Society of Arts, Palazzo de la Salle

Malta Society of Arts, Palazzo de la Salle

Palazzo located at the lower end of Republic Street, housing the Malta Society of Arts.

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Manoel Theatre and Museum

Manoel Theatre and Museum

The Manoel Theatre, or Teatru Manoel as it is known in Maltese, is an architectural gem.

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Manoel Theatre Courtyard

Manoel Theatre Courtyard

The central courtyard of the Manoel Theatre, which is part of the imposing Casa Bonici, is used as an exhibition space for art.

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Mill Arts, Culture and Crafts Centre

Mill Arts, Culture and Crafts Centre

The Old Mill, Birkirkara was originally a flour mill built in the time of the Knights of Malta.

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Museum of Archeology

Museum of Archeology

The Gozo Museum of Archaeology illustrates the cultural history of Gozo from prehistoric times to the early modern period.

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Museum of Natural Science

Museum of Natural Science

Situated behind the law courts at the Citadel of Victoria, Gozo, the Natural Science Museum is situated in an old house, the origins of which may date back to the Aragonese period.

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Museum of Toys

Museum of Toys

This small privately owned museum in Xagħra was originally set up by Susan Lowe in Devon, England in the 1970's. It started with one doll and today...

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National Museum of Archaeology

National Museum of Archaeology

The National Museum of Archaeology displays a significant array of artefacts from the Islands’ unique prehistoric periods, starting with the first arrival of man in 5200 BC, running up to 2500 BC.

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National Museum of Natural History

National Museum of Natural History

The National Museum of Natural History is the national repository of biological specimens and represents both life and earth sciences.

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National War Museum

National War Museum

The National War Museum is closed to the general public. Opening to the public later on this year. The National War Museum represents Malta’s important military role in the post-1800 period under British rule, especially during the WWII.

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