Malta Postal Museum – Valletta

Malta Postal Museum – Valletta

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The Malta Postal Museum is run by the Maltese postal operator MaltaPost.

The museum is located in a renovated 20th-century tenement house in the center of Valletta, close to the Grand Master’s Palace and the Church of Our Lady of Damascus. The museum is not big, but it consists of several floors.

The activities of the museum were opened by the President of Malta Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca on June 17, 2016. The museum is supported by the European Union Regional Development Fund.

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National War Museum – Fort St Elmo Valletta

National War Museum – Fort St Elmo Valletta

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The National War Museum is located in the Fort Saint Elmo in Valletta. It is one of the most popular museums on the island. From 1975 to 2014, his collections focused mainly on the First and Second World Wars. In 2015 it was renovated, and its collection now contains exhibits from the Bronze Age to 2004.

The museum was located at the Old Drill Hall in Lower Saint Elmo. The building was originally a warehouse of gunpowder, around 1853 it was transformed into an armory. During the Second World War, read more

The Inquisitor’s Palace Vittoriosa

The Inquisitor’s Palace Vittoriosa

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Inquisitor’s Palace was the seat of the Maltese Inquisition in the years 1574 – 1798. It was known then as the Palazzo del Sant’Officio. The building was originally built at the beginning of the 16th century as the seat of a court known as Castellania, but little remained of the original construction due to the many construction changes and renovations in the following centuries.

After the liquidation of the Inquisition in 1798 during the French occupation of Malta, the palace read more

Domus Romana – Rabat

Domus Romana – Rabat

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Domus Romana (Domvs Romana) is a ruin of a house from Roman times, located on the border of Mdina and Rabat (right next to the city walls of Mdina) in Malta. The house was built in the first century BC. as an aristocratic townhouse in the Roman city of Melite. In the 11th century, a Muslim cemetery was established on the ruins of domus. The place was discovered accidentally in 1881 by workers during beautifying works and archaeological excavations revealed a number of well-preserved Roman mosaics, read more

Palazzo Falson – Mdina

Palazzo Falson – Mdina

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Palazzo Falson, previously known as Palazzo Cumbo-Navarra, Casa dei Castelletti or Norman House is a 13th-century medieval palace in Mdina in Malta. It was built as a family residence, and its name comes from former owners – the Falson family. It is available to the public as a house-museum, with seventeen rooms filled with historical household items and several collections of antiques.

It is the second-oldest building in Mdina, with structural modifications made mainly during renovations read more

Casa Rocca Piccola – Valletta

Casa Rocca Piccola – Valletta

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Casa Rocca Piccola is a palace in Valletta in Malta, the home of the aristocratic family de Piro.

Built in the 16th century for Don Pietro La Rocca, a knight of the Order of Malta, today it is the property of the Marquis de Piro family. Casa Rocca Piccola has over 50 rooms, most of which are open to visitors. There are, among others, twelve palace rooms, including two living rooms, one of which is for summer and one for the winter.

You can also visit a four-poster bedroom, a private chapel and a read more

Lascaris War Rooms – Valletta

Lascaris War Rooms – Valletta

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Lascaris War Rooms is an underground complex of tunnels and rooms in Valletta, Malta, where the war headquarters were located, from which the defense of the island during World War II was directed. The rooms were later used by NATO and are now open to the public as a museum.

The object is a monument and was entered in the National Inventory of the Cultural Property of the Maltese Islands. The complex is located deep in the rock, under the bastions of Saint James Cavalier and Saint John’s read more

National Museum of Archaeology Valletta Malta

National Museum of Archaeology Valletta Malta

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The Archaeological Museum is a Maltese museum of prehistoric artifacts, located in Valletta.

In 1958, the National Museum was opened in the building of the Provencal Inn. Initially, the museum exhibited archaeological exhibits on the ground floor of the building, and fine arts on the first floor. In 1974, the collection of fine arts was moved to the new National Museum of Fine Arts, and the National Museum changed its name to the National Museum of Archeology. In 1998, the museum was renovated read more

Gozo Museum of Archaeology

Gozo Museum of Archaeology

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It is an archeological museum in Cittadelli on the island of Gozo. The museum presents the history of Gozo from prehistoric times to the present. It is located in a seventeenth-century building called Casa Bondi.

The museum presents sculptures of human figures from the Ġgantija temples and remnants of Arab culture from the vicinity of Xewkija, including the grave of Majmuna with the inscription dated back to 1173.

It was the first museum open to Gozo in 1960. In 1986 it was redesigned and its name read more

The Palace Armoury Valletta

The Palace Armoury Valletta

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The Palace Armory is a collection of weaponry, located in the Palace of the Grand Master in the city of Valletta. It was the armory of the Order of the Knights in the 17th and 18th centuries, and the last arsenal founded by the knights’ order. It is one of the world’s largest collection of weapons and protective equipment located in the original building. The Palace Armory has been operating as a museum since 1860.

Museum collections include:

– complete armor of the knights of read more