Monthly Archive
for: ‘March, 2012’

Emergency restoration and conservation works at Fort St Angelo, Birgu – CLOSED

Restoration of the Main Gate facade. Click here to view tender. – CLOSED -

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Temporary Entrance to the Ġgantija Temples

Heritage Malta wishes to inform the general public that as from Monday the 26th of March, due to ongoing conservation works at the Ġgantija Temples Xaghra, the entrance to this archaeological site off Imqades Street will be closed to the public. Access to this site will be via another entrance located on Parisot Street. Appropriate […]

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?Valletta Then and Now’ Heritage Trail

Heritage Malta will be organising a heritage trail of Valletta on Friday the 23rd of March. This event will include guided visits to a number of historical sites and museums found within Malta’s capital city. Throughout the year Heritage Malta organises several similar events in order to increasing public access, awareness, and interest in Malta’s […]

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Spring Equinox at Mnajdra Temples

Heritage Malta is once again organising a guided tour of the Mnajdra Temples early in the morning on Tuesday 20th and Wednesday 21st March to mark the spring equinox. ? ?Sunrise on the first day of each season underlines the relationship between the temples and celestial bodies. Although it is not known for certain whether […]

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Il-Passjoni

Within the landscape of ?a?ar Qim and Mnajdra Temples on Saturday the 31st of March and Sunday the 1st of April. A theatre performance of the Passion of Jesus Christ will be held in the landscape between ?a?ar Qim and Mnajdra on the 31st March and 1st April. This landscape will be replacing the streets […]

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A unique Easter experience by Heritage Malta

This Easter Heritage Malta invites you to two unique and exclusive events. A live re-enactment of the Last Supper according to the traditional Jewish rites of the time will be held at the Inquisitor?s Palace in Birgu on the 24th and 25th March. The second event will be an interactive theatre performance of the Passion […]

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Free Entrance to Two Heritage Malta Sites

Heritage Malta will be opening two of its sites for free to the general public on Monday 19th of March, a public holiday. The sites included in this open day are G?ar Dalam in Birzebbuga, and the Domvs Romana in Rabat, which on the day will also be celebrating the Feast of St Joseph. Apart […]

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Spring Equinox at Mnajdra Temples

Heritage Malta is once again organising a guided tour of the Mnajdra Temples early in the morning on Tuesday 20th and Wednesday 21st March to mark the spring equinox. Sunrise on the first day of each season underlines the relationship between the temples and celestial bodies. Although it is not known for certain whether these […]

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ORACLE

The rubberbodies collective present Oracle, a ‘silent’ concert at Heritage Malta’s ?a?ar Qim Park. Oracle is a project in collaboration between Lyon?s French sound designer and composer Aes Dana (Vincent Villuis) and Maltese sound artist Cygna (Mario Sammut). Throughout the 90 minute “silent concert?, the audience will be provided with wireless headsets that will enhance […]

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Book Launch of ‘Sites, artefacts and landscape: Prehistoric Bor? in-Nadur, Malta’

Heritage Malta, together with the Archaeological Society Malta, will be launching the printed version of Sites, artefacts and landscape: Prehistoric Bor? in-Nadur, Malta, on Friday the 16th of March at the National Museum of Archaeology, Valletta. This book attempts to understand the islands? Bronze Age society in the course of the second millennium BC by […]

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