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Visit the National Museum of Archaeology and the 100 Objects Exhibition for FREE on Independence Day

Heritage Malta will be opening the National Museum of Archaeology free of charge on the 21st of September. Visitors will also be able to visit the unique exhibition “Malta, the great story of a small island-nation through 100 objects”. The National Museum of Archaeology in Republic Street, Valletta exhibits a spectacular range of artefacts dating back […]

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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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Face to face with our Ancestors…

When speaking of prehistoric times, most of us imagine our ancestors as aggressive, dirty individuals with unkempt hair, however nothing could be further from the truth. This is what Heritage Malta has proven through its participation in this year’s “Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Malta” by means of the exhibition “Jewellery through the times”. The Megalithic Temples […]

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Temple and Tomb: Maltese prehistoric wonders in New York

Heritage Malta will be participating in an exhibition in New York featuring a number of artefacts from the National Museum of Archaeology. Heritage Malta’s National Museum of Archaeology will be participating in an exhibition “Temple and Tomb: Prehistoric Malta 3600-2500 BC’, at the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World of New York University. […]

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New Hall dedicated to the Phoenicians at the National Museum of Archaeology

Heritage Malta’s National Museum of Archaeology has extended its permanent display to include a hall dedicated to the Phoenician period, which represents the beginning of written history in the Maltese Islands. The opening of this hall is part of an on-going extension project that will also eventually include the Roman, Byzantine and Medieval periods. Whilst […]

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Notte Bianca 2012 – Heritage Malta programme

?- National Museum of Archaeology (museum open from 18:00hrs till 02.00hrs) Bateman Exhibition Opening of permanent Phoenician exhibition Educational competitions – National Museum of Fine Arts (museum open from 18:00hrs till 02.00hrs) National Museum of Fine Arts – Then, now??and in Between: a collection of abstract works by Anna Miggiani Auberge d?Italie National Museum of […]

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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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Metal Magic – Spanish Treasures from the Khalili Collections

Spanish Treasures from the Khalili Collections Heritage Malta inaugurated an exhibition of a selection of works from the Khalili Collections at the Grand Salon of the National Museum of Archaeology, on Monday 7th of November. Hon. Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi inaugurated this exhibition in the presence of Hon. M. Demarco, Archbishop Paul Cremona, and several […]

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Riccardo Licata ? Mediterranean Soul

Heritage Malta, in collaboration with Verso l?Arte Edizioni Italia, present works by internationally acclaimed artist Riccardo Licata (1929 -???? ); painter, engraver, mosaicist, sculptor and set designer. Licata is best known for his unmistakable pictorial-graphic writing works inspired by music. The exhibition, hosted by the Salon of the National Museum of Archaeology in Valletta, is […]

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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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