There are many interesting things to see in Malta! Some of the
highlights include Valletta, the capital with its unique history and
architecture, the megalithic temples of Ħaġar Qim and Mnajdra,
the ancient city of Mdina, the Dingli Cliffs, the Blue Cave at
Zurrieq and the islands of Gozo and Comino, etc. There are also
numerous churches, museums and historic sites to explore
throughout the island. The Triton Fountain is one of Valletta’s
iconic attractions. It is located in the main square of the city,
called Piazza della Regina (Pjazza Regina). The fountain was
designed by the Maltese architect Giuseppe Valenti and was
completed in 1959. The fountain represents four tritons holding
cornucopias, from which water flows into a large basin. It is one of Valletta’s most
recognizable works of art and is definitely worth a visit during a city tour. In Mdina, Malta’s
ancient walled city, there are many attractions to visit that reflect its rich history and medieval
charm. Exploring Mdina is like travelling through time, immersed in the history and beauty of
this ancient Maltese city. You must also visit Marsaxlokk. It is one of the most picturesque
and traditional fishing villages on the island. Marsaxlokk is a lovely place to immerse yourself
in Maltese culture and experience the life of local fishermen.

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