3B spent 5 last days of October on Malta visiting the present and previous capital of the country – Valletta and Mdina. In Valletta we saw the parliament and the baroque co-cathedral of Saint John. We were delighted with its interior, which is considered to be one of the finest examples of this era’s architecture in Europe. Over 25 kg of pure gold was used to make ornaments.
Having visited Mdina, we went to the nearby catacombs of St. Paul, and then we walked along the historic streets of the Silient City. Everywhere, we could see traces of British colonialism in the form of red telephone booths on the streets and architecture. Malta is a fantastic example of a multicultural country whose inhabitants live in peace and harmony.
See you Malta!