Monthly Archive
for: ‘August, 2012’

Heritage Malta at the Kremlin

The Kremlin Museums, in collaboration with the Embassy of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta in Russia, are currently hosting an exhibition on the Order of St John, focusing on the historical link between the Order and Russia. This exhibition is commemorating the 20th anniversary of the establishment of official relations between the Russian Federation […]

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Free Entrance to four of Heritage Malta?s museums

Heritage Malta will be opening four of its museums and sites for free to the general public on Wednesday 15th August, a public holiday. The museums included within this open day are all located within the Citadella, Gozo. Visit the Folklore Museum, the Gozo Museum of Archaeology, the Gozo Nature Museum, and the Old Prison […]

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Terms & Conditions

General Your use of the Heritage Malta website is governed by the Website Terms and Conditions set out below which should be read in conjunction with details provided on the site about how the website operates and the services available on the website. This documents sets out your rights and obligations and those of Heritage […]

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Friends of the National Museum of Fine Arts fund restoration project

The Friends of the National Museum of Fine Arts, thanks to membership fees and fund raising activities, managed to successfully raise enough funds to sponsor the restoration of an antique frame of Jusepe Ribera?s ?St Stephen?, a seventeenth century masterpiece that currently forms part of Heritage Malta?s National Museum of Fine Arts Collection. The presentation […]

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?Exploring Historic Senglea? Heritage Tour

Heritage Malta is organising a heritage trail within the fortified city of Senglea. This is another cultural event offered by Heritage Malta to increase awareness on Malta?s rich cultural heritage. ?Exploring Historic Senglea? Heritage Tour will commence from in front of the Malta Maritime Museum in Birgu. From there, participants will cross the harbour on […]

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Heritage Malta Ta’ Kola Windmill Restoration Project

Heritage Malta is in the final stages of a long-term project which includes the rebuilding of the windmill’s antennae and the reconstruction of parts of the internal mechanism of the Ta’ Kola Windmill at Xagrħa, Gozo. A conservation analysis that was conducted on the mechanism’s internal woodwork reported that a number of areas were suffering […]

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“Exploring our Heritage” – In-service course for Primary School educators

A group of primary school educators (teachers and learning support assistants) participated on a voluntary basis in an in-service course organised by Heritage Malta and the Curriculum Management and eLearning Department between 9th and 11th July 2012. The course explored resources and activity ideas to demonstrate how museums and sites can provide a stimulating and […]

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