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Malta Diary   The island of Comino – small but with a history during various eras   Last week it had a population of three but sadly now down to two

ALBERT FENECH  e/mail –  Facebook:  The Maltese Archipelago, probably one of the smallest in the world, consists of five islands, Malta, Gozo, Comino, Filfla and St Paul’s...
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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   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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Christmas’ Magic in French iconic chateaux, part two: Château de Cheverny – Meanderings through France n° 205

By Annick Dournes & Frederic de Poligny    Welcome back to French chateaux’ festivities! This year for Christmas time we invite you in three different wonderful French chateaux, Vaux-le-Vicomte,...
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Malta Diary   Were beds as we know them today first used in Malta and Egypt? Could well be! The association between Malta and beds is lengthy and varied.

  ALBERT FENECH   e/mail –   Facebook:     My Blog: The Maltese Islands have a history that is latent with its connections to beds, bedding...
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