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Malta Diary Touches of sanity in today’s eyesore concrete jungle -archaeological sites and buildings now Scheduled and cannot be destroyed or altered in any way  

 ALBERT FENECH  e/mail –  Facebook:   I have written it before and repeat, if my great grandparents and grandparents were to be resurrected today and placed anywhere in...
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Malta Diary Intricate, precious and a labour of love – but very sadly dying out The art and skill of hand-woven Malta and Gozo cotton lace

 ALBERT FENECH   e/mail –   Facebook:    In Maltese, the word “bizilla” primarily means an intricate handmade lace weave in a significant pattern. However, the word...
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Malta Diary The Royal Naval Bighi Hospital – one of the best in Europe during its era Now an interactive Esplora science and technology museum and a major attraction

 ALBERT FENECH e/mail: salina46af@gmail,com Facebook: Villa Bighi is one of the most iconic buildings on the inner rim of the majestic Valletta Grand Harbour. The central original villa...
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MALTA DIARY:   TripAdvisor awards high certificate to four Malta military sites – added to a number of previous recognition awards  

  ALBERT FENECH e/mail –   Facebook:    Last year a number of major sites in Malta and Gozo all received a Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor...
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Malta Diary; Speak, see and hear no evil – but how superstitious are we really – is it inculcated in the Mediterranean character?ta Diary;

  ALBERT FENECH   e/mail –   Facebook:    My younger brother Edward was aged about four at the time. Unlike me, with my dark hair and...
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Malta Diary:   Yesteryear’s “protective clothing” – from prying male eyes! Now back to square one for different reasons?

ALBERT FENECH   e/mail –   Facebook:    My Blog: The explosion for the need of anti-viral protective clothing has probably achieved in solidifying the concept...
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Malta Diary   An enchanting timeline of history and beauty – the ten most beautiful places in the Maltese Islands – and why

  ALBERT FENECH  e/mail – Facebook:    My Blog:   We are now approaching the month of May. Under normal circumstances the Maltese Islands would be teeming with...
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Malta Diary   Entering the Lenten period – a time for sackcloth and ashes?   It used to be – but no longer … memories of the past

ALBERT FENECH   e/mail –   Facebook:    My Blog: Today is Ash Wednesday. Carnival activities of boisterous merriment came to an abrupt end at midnight...
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Malta Diary Ruts hewn in stone surfaces part of the National Heritage of the Maltese Islands   Used for planting grape vines and olive trees since prehistoric times

ALBERT FENECH   e/mail –   Facebook:    My Blog:   Malta and Gozo have a Superintendance for National Heritage, a Government entity that at surface...
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