Monthly Archive
for: ‘November, 2016’

The top section of Fort St Angelo managed by the Sovereign Military Order of Malta accessible to the public

The upper part of Fort St Angelo managed by the Sovereign Military Order of Malta (SMOM) will be made accessible to visitors as from the first week of December, following an agreement with Heritage Malta. This part of the Fort was leased to SMOM in 1998, and subsequently restored. Till now this area was rarely […]

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Heritage Malta launched a new website about classical sculpture in the national collection

Heritage Malta in collaboration with Professor Anthony Bonanno launched a new website in the form of an online catalogue which explores some of the finest and most significant pieces of sculpture in the national collection. Since its foundation in the early years of the 20th century the National Museum of Archaeology has collected an appreciable number […]

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Discounted Price on the Limited Edition ‘Damma’ Publication from Heritage Malta’s stand at the Malta Book Festival

The Maltese language is unique and, as with all other languages, is continuously evolving. It has survived difficult times, and while some traditions may have been lost forever, our language is still alive. So how did the Maltese language evolve through the years? This is evident in a Maltese encyclopaedic dictionary which has been published […]

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SEMINAR – Exploring the Castrum Maris, Fort St. Angelo during the Middle Ages

Fort St Angelo is closely associated with the Order of St John. In reality it boasts a more extensive heritage. This will be the focus of a series of lectures that will explore Fort St. Angelo’s importance during the medieval past, then known as Castrum Maris. The event will take place on Wednesday 16th November […]

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Call for proposals for an Artistic Expression/s at City Gate, Valletta – CLOSED

HERITAGE MALTA/GRAND HARBOUR REGENERATION CORPORATION NOTICE GHRC/037/2016-CG [HM28.10.2016] The Chief Executive Officer, Heritage Malta notifies that, Sealed proposals for stage 1 will be received at Heritage Malta, ex Royal Naval Hospital, Triq il-Marina, Bighi, Kalkara. The proposals will be accepted by not later than 12.00 (noon) of Tuesday, 31st January 2017 for: Call for proposals […]

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Heritage Malta Launches New Membership Scheme

Heritage Malta, in its efforts to increase accessibility to all museums and sites, launched a new membership scheme offering new initiatives and a variety of categories. This new membership scheme follows the Student Membership Scheme aimed at students attending primary schools. The main aim of such initiatives is to increase the amount of local visitors […]

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