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Ġgantija Temples Seminar on Saturday 14th December

On Saturday 14th December, Heritage Malta will be organizing a seminar on the Ġgantija Temples which will also feature the launch of the brand new publication on the same subject. The seminar which will be held at the National Museum of Archaeology in Valletta will feature presentations by a number of experts in the field […]

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Parliamentary Secretary for Culture visits Ġgantija Project

Parliamentary Secretary for Culture and Local Government, Hon. Jose Herrera, visited the Ġgantija Temples where at the moment Heritage Malta is finalizing the works on the new visitor centre and archaeological park. The €2.3 million project, which includes the development of visitor infrastructure and considerable embellishment works in this World Heritage Site, is co-financed by the […]

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Three Heritage Malta Museums open for free on the 13th of December

Heritage Malta will be opening the Inquisitor’s Palace, Ġgantija Temples, and Ta’ Kola Windmill for free on Republic Day. Situated in the heart of Birgu, the Inquisitor’s Palace is an architectural gem. During the Open Day, visitors will also have the opportunity to view a number of exhibitions including Peasant Costumes: Insights into Rural Life […]

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Early 19th century souvenir illustrations of the Ggantija Temples

Din l-Art Helwa Public Lecture Venue: 133, Melita Street, Valletta Date: Thursday 14th June 2012 Time: 18.00hrs Synopsis The lecture will focus on an exclusive collection of drawings of the Ggantija Temples in the National Collection dating back to the early 19th century. These drawings, together with other illustrations including watercolours, engravings and lithographs, are […]

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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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New Bronze Age Hall at the National Museum of Archaeology

Heritage Malta?s renovation of the Bronze Age Hall at the National Museum of Archaeology is the latest display project undertaken. The Bronze Age Hall, and another section dedicated to the mystery of the Cart Ruts, shed further light on Malta?s prehistory and provide for further understanding of people?s livelihoods during that particular period. The official […]

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