Megalithic Temples of Malta, Malta

Malta is best known for its crystal-clear waters, ancient fortresses, picturesque villages and its abundance of megalithic temples. Believed to have been built around 3600 BCE and 2500 BCE, the unique megalithic temples of Malta are some of the oldest freestanding stone structures in the world and part of the UNESCO as well. Continue reading Megalithic Temples of Malta, Malta

Valletta, Malta

Situated in the Mediterranean Sea, Valletta is the capital city of Malta and a majestic World Heritage Site declared by UNESCO in 1980, due to its unique blend of urban architecture and history. The city is an exciting mix of culture, art, history, and vibrant atmosphere. An Unesco heritage city as it is recognized for its many historic buildings, baroque architecture and fortifications. Continue reading Valletta, Malta