Final phase of Ta’ Kola Windmill’s Mechanism Reconstruction Project Completed

Ta’ Kola Windmill in Xagħra, Gozo, is now back open to the public after it was temporary closed due to works on the final phase of the windmill’s mechanism reconstruction project carried out by Heritage Malta. The project to restore Ta’ Kola Windmill kicked off about three years ago. The works consisted of the removal of […]

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Carafa bust back in place after restoration works on the facade of the Auberge d’Italie are completed

The bust of Grandmaster Gregorio Carafa is back to its original location over the main entrance of Auberge d’Italie, after restoration works on the bust itself and the façade were completed. The conservation of the bust was carried out by Heritage Malta’s professional conservation staff, while work on the façade was carried out by AX […]

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‘Caring for our Heritage’ publication by Heritage Malta

Heritage Malta launched its latest publication ‘Caring for our Heritage’ which is a collection of papers in the field of research, conservation and restoration following a conference which carried the same title. The presentation was held at the National Museum of Archaeology. Professor JoAnn Cassar, Chair of the Research Programme Sub Committee of Heritage Malta, […]

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Heritage Malta sites receive TripAdvisor awards for 2016

Nine Heritage Malta sites have received a Certificate of Excellence for 2016 while two of the sites also received the Travelers’ Choice Award by TripAdvisor, the world’s largest travel site. Heritage Malta has, in fact, received such certificates for its sites for the last four consecutive years. The National War Museum, the Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum, […]

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Valletta 1566 – Melita Renascens: One exhibition, two venues and a multitude of facets

Heritage Malta’s forthcoming major exhibition, in collaboration with Malta Libraries, commemorates the 450th anniversary since the laying of the first stone of the city of Valletta. The story behind the city of Valletta is not only one of knights, buildings and historical happenings but a story of the people of Malta, Maltese society and the […]

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Hermann Göring artefact for Heritage Malta

A silver goblet, probably from the personal collection of Hermann Göring (1893-1946), was recently donated to the National Collection by Mr Joseph Said, a former chairman of Heritage Malta. It is historically recorded that Göring owned a remarkable silver collection part of which was kept at his fabulous country estate, Carinhall. This estate was subsequently […]

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Kordin rejoins temple family

The prehistoric site of Kordin has joined the other megalithic temples managed by Heritage Malta following a mutual agreement with Fondazzjoni Wirt Artna (FWA) to relinquish this important site in favour of Heritage Malta. FWA had managed Kordin III for the last twenty years. The transfer, approved by the Committee of Guarantee and formally implemented on […]

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Heritage Malta launches new Audio Guides at the National Museum of Archaeology

As part of its ongoing endeavour to make our national heritage more accessible, Heritage Malta has just launched a new Audio Guide system at the National Museum of Archaeology. The Audio Guides which are available in six languages, namely Maltese, English, Italian, French, Spanish and German guide you through the permanent display which covers the […]

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Heritage Malta chooses Shireburn Software’s solutions

Heritage Malta has recently teamed-up with Shireburn Software to support its prestigious sites with their software solutions. Shireburn was chosen to replace the previous systems and provide its integrated accounting, inventory and point-of-sale solutions to help combine operations at Heritage Malta’s various museums and sites around Malta and Gozo. Heritage Malta embarked on a long […]

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