Before the arrival of the Knights of St. John, Imdina was Malta's capital city. Today it is still known as the old city. One of its characteristics is undoubtedly the silence one can experience while strolling along the narrow parallel streets of this silent old capital. This is also a fortified city and behind these huge walls, one can find very large and beautiful houses mostly owned by high-class Maltese people. From the bastions, one can have a marvelous view of a large part of the island. On fine days and good visibility, one can see the peak of Mount Etna, an active volcano in Sicily.

Postcards courtesy of Maria A. Magro and Dun Gorg Preca Primary


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