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  1. European Culture and Heritage a Destination Specialist Course Part 3 (southern europe portugal, spain, france, monaco, italy, malta, and greece) by the travel institute, 2004
  2. Media and Maltese Society by Carmen Sammut, 2007-03-26

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    43. 1Up Travel > History And Culture Of Malta.
    malta Explore the rich heritage of malta. malta has a very rich historyand culture , going back to pre-historic times. Many unique

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    Country Flag ... Travel Warning History Malta has a very rich history, going back to pre-historic times. Many unique temples from the pre-historic age can still be found on the islands of Malta and Gozo. Malta became an independent country on September 21, 1964 and is a member of the Commonwealth. On the 13th of December of 1974, by an act of Parliament, Malta was declared a republic. The first president of the republic was appointed in December of 1974. Acknowledgements: ASIATRAVELMART.COM

    44. MaltaWeb Communications - The Cross Roads - Malta - Europe
    culture. The Cart Ruts The mysterious cart rut riddle solved? Ghar Dalam MaltaThe Brockdorff Circle An interesting site in Gozo The Brockdorff Circle
    The Cart Ruts The mysterious cart rut riddle solved?
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    The Brockdorff Circle
    An interesting site in Gozo
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    Stone Circles /Magnatic Symmetry Malta's Rock of ages Projects - University Of Bristol The Art of Prehistoric Malta Stonehenge and Other Stone Circles Archeology and Architecture Archeology and Prehistory
    The Geology of the Maltese Islands The Fossils of Malta Virtual Quarry form the Mineral Club of Antwerp
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    Manoel UK Theatre Guide ArtGalleries The Gallery of Iterating Spaces Illustrators on the Net Picasso Business Clients Directory Destination Malta Pjazza it-Tokk ... Sports Produced by MaltaWeb Communications Ltd on October 1 - 1996

    45. Educational English Culture (Malta)
    Educational English culture. Villa Monaco , Sliema Road, Kappara SGN 06, malta. Copyright 2002 Educational English culture (malta). All Rights Reserved.
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    General English Language Courses for Children and Adults at all Levels. Click Here!
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    46. Malta Art Culture
    malta Art culture. Living in malta Art culture. . Apokalupsis Apokalupsis - The first Maltese web online comic book. Genres
    Index for Malta Index for Europe Tax Havens Index
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    Apokalupsis - The first Maltese web online comic book. Genres covered: Catholic Christian, biblical adaptations like St Paul's Shipwreck, silver age style art, pencilling, inking and computer coloured samples.
    - Two singers who have represented Malta in Eurovision Song Contest.
    Claudio Tonna - Claudio Tonna - Singer.
    Etnika - Etnika - Interview with the artists of the ethnic band, along with audio samples and photographs of the instruments.
    Malta - Archaeology and Prehistory - Malta - Archaeology and Prehistory - Chronology of Maltese prehistory, with pictures of its Megalithic temples, part of the Malta Field Trip site by the University of Wales, Aberystwyth.
    Malta Mentions - Malta Mentions - Literary and epigraphic sources for the history of Malta and Gozo: classical authors, Latin, Greek; and Latin, Greek and Punic inscriptions.
    Malta Song For Europe - Malta Song For Europe - Information for the 1996, 1997 and 1998 contests.
    ManicMalta - ManicMalta - Information about the music scene and parties happening in Malta.

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    48. Alt.culture.malta FAQ Version 3.6
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    malta A culture VULTURE’S DREAM SPOT. by Joyce Dalton. The tiny islandsof malta have been attracting travelers for thousands of years.
    by Joyce Dalton
    The tiny islands of Malta have been attracting travelers for thousands of years. However, only today’s visitors have come in peace. Over the centuries, the Phoenicians, Romans, Saracens, Barbary pirates, Crusaders, Ottoman Turks, French and British all cast covetous eyes on this land strategically situated in the Mediterranean 58 miles south of Sicily and 163 north of North Africa. As a result, Malta’s 196 sq. miles offer a treasure chest of sites and influences which can keep culture vultures busy for days on end. Of course, it is the Mediterranean, so sparkling waters, cumulus-filled skies and fine dining vie for leisure hours. Three of Malta’s islands are inhabited, though Comino (all two sq. miles of it) claims only five permanent residents. However, its beaches, coves, rock tunnels and especially, the Blue Lagoon attract water enthusiasts. Most come on day trips from Malta and Gozo, the largest islands. All three islands offer good diving opportunities. Both Malta and Gozo claim impressive ancient sites. On Gozo, Ggantija’s two temples, covering a quarter of an acre, pre-date the pyramids and Stonehenge, while on Malta, Hagar Qim and Hypogeum offer intriguing glimpses into times long past. The former structure, built of huge stone blocks, features sacrificial alters and openings designed for libations and consultations with oracles. Images of fish and land animals, as well as pitted honeycomb designs, are etched into the stones. Numerous bone and pottery fragments were found at this underground center of ritual and burial, along with a sculpture known as The Sleeping Lady which is now in the Museum of Archaeology in Valletta, the capital.

    51. Maltese Culture Movement (
    destination that malta has not got to offer. Mr Montague is married to Christineand has two children, Holly and Samuel. The Maltese culture Movement augurs
    What's On ... Chairman's Page Aims of Movement Letter from the
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    ... Photo Album Focus On ... Prehistoric Temples Valletta The Three Cities The Great Siege Profiles Mro. Vinny Vella Mary Rose Mallia
    Changes in Malta Tourism - Part two FOLLOWING THE SET UP of the Malta Tourism Authority in September last year, a new director for the United Kingdom and Eire was appointed. John Montague, 39, was, till last year overseas director based in Holland, responsible for tourism to Malta from Benelux, Scandinavia and the Baltic States, a position he held since November 1995. Throughout eighteen months of this period, he also held the position of Chairman of ANTOR (Association of National Tourist Office Representatives). Between 1983 and 1988 he worked in the UK ending as area manager for Pizza Hut and between 1991 and 1995 he managed the Galaxy Hotel and Vacation Club and the Sunny Coast Resort.
    A fully qualified hotelier, having obtained his MHCIMA at Westminster University in London, Mr Montague also attained a PhD.D. in Hospitality Management at Leeds Metropolitan University.

    52. Maltese Culture Movement (
    the Maltese culture Movement aimed to rekindle here in the UK the traditions andcultures that we were so used to back in our little islands of malta and Gozo.
    What's On ... Chairman's Page Aims of Movement Letter from the
    High Commissioner
    ... Photo Album Focus On ... Prehistoric Temples Valletta The Three Cities The Great Siege Profiles Mro. Vinny Vella Mary Rose Mallia
    Malta Day
    Since its foundation back in 1998 the Maltese Culture Movement aimed to rekindle here in the UK the traditions and cultures that we were so used to back in our little islands of Malta and Gozo. So we started celebrating our national festivities such as Karnival with the fancy costumes, Easter with the figolli , Imnarja with the fenkata , and so on. The festivities got bigger and better and functions were now being organised regularly and in a more central location. But there was always that something missing, something that needed to crown these activities. It seems like we needed something to be able to show off so to speak, a focal point to give us our identity within the many other communities that exist in this country.
    It was not until Dr George Bonello Du Puis was appointed as our present High Commissioner that our cultural needs started to be taken seriously. He attended each and every one of our functions and always applauded the concept of celebrating our heritage.

    53. UK Global Directory Europe/Malta/Society And Culture
    malta World Web. Home Europe malta Society and culture. Chat (1). History(1). Organisations (0). Personal Homepages (3). Politics (1). Religion (4).

    54. UK Global Directory Europe/Malta/Society And Culture/Personal
    malta World Web. A History of malta A concise outline of the Maltese history withhints for those who want to visit the country. (Rating 0.00 Votes 0) Rate It.

    55. Malta Travel Guide - History & Culture In Malta & Gozo, IMalta - Travel Guide Fo
    HISTORY culture IN malta.
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    Buy this print from Corbis Megaliths, medieval dungeons and palaces, not to mention Calypso's cave from Homer's Odyssey - Malta isn't just old, it's positively mythic. The narrow cobblestone streets of its towns are crowded with Norman cathedrals and baroque palaces. The countryside is littered with the oldest known human structures in the world. Malta is very good at selling its romantic past of Copper Age temple builders and crusading celibate knights, and it has used this image to crank up a formidable tourism industry. Not that the islands are overrun with highrise resorts - yet. In the face of modernisation, the archipelago's staunchly Roman Catholic culture has helped the Maltese maintain a tight-knit community and keep a lid on runaway development. The upshot of this is that travellers can enjoy a refreshing balance of convenience and unvarnished local charm, and can get comfort for considerably less than at many comparable Mediterranean destinations. Despite their relaxed disposition, the Maltese spend much of the year throwing confetti while carrying statues of their patron saints through the streets and drinking toasts to the Knights of St John. The religious festival season is six months long - starting in February, taking up all summer and ending in September.

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    58. Towards The 21st Century Corporate Culture For Malta
    Towards the 21st Century Corporate culture for malta. During thepast year corporate malta has experienced the introduction of a
    Towards the 21st Century Corporate Culture for Malta During the past year corporate Malta has experienced the introduction of a new buzz phrase "Corporate Governance". It is indeed refreshing to witness the birth of a move towards better corporate governance after forty years since the introduction of modern company legislation in Malta. The Malta Stock Exchange has earlier this year drafted a code of principles for good corporate governance of listed companies, which seems to have been very well received by the parties with whom consultations have been undertaken. The Malta Financial Services Centre in conjunction with the Institute of Directors, has also taken the initiative in creating an awareness on the matter. That there is greater awareness about the matter is certainly a positive step, indeed addressing issues of corporate governance for Maltese companies is long overdue.
    Louis de Gabriele LL.D.

    59. History And Culture Of Malta
    All About malta's History culture. In spite of its small size, malta'sstrategic location at the crossroads of the Mediterranean
    History General Infomation
    In spite of its small size, Malta's strategic location at the cross-roads of the Mediterranean has meant that, over the centuries, the island has played a very important role in the region, right from the early days of civilisation to the present times. All periods of Malta's history make fascinating reading. The particular periods that we are going to cover are:

    The Neolithic period

    Until recently, the Egyptian pyramids were thought to be the oldest architectural monuments in existence. Recent archaelogical research however, has shown that the earliest Neolithic temples on Malta are about 1000 years older than the famous pyramids of Giza. Huge rocks, several tons in weight were used in the construction of these temples. How these enormous loads were moved, or even lifted, 5000 or 6000 years ago remains a mystery.
    The earliest temples, such as the one at Ggantija on Gozo, were built by the piling of huge rocks on top of each other. They did not have any carving or decoration. Later temples, such as the one at Hagar Qim, in Malta were made of huge stones fitting very closely together and ornately decorated. Carving was done with only very primitive flint and obsidian tools. No archaeological remains made of metal from this period have been discovered on Malta. One theory is that prehistoric people did not use metal because they foresaw, in its use, their own future destruction.
    The subterranean burial place at Malta's Hal Saflieni, the so-called Hypogeum, is an even more astonishing relic and its accidental discovery in 1902 caused quite a sensation in world archaelogical circles. The temple must have been literally carved into the rocks over hundreds of years with simple tools made from flint and obsidian. Starting at ground level the Hypogeum descends several storeys below ground and covers an area of more than 500 square metres. The Hypogeum was certainly a place of worship and burial - the bones of over 7000 people have been found - and could also have been used as a place for the training of priestesses. A number of relics support this hypothesis.

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