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List Of Schools In Malta
This article has a list of schools in Malta, that includes schools in Malta and Gozo.Contents1 Church schools (Skejjel tal-Knisja) 2 Language schools (Skejjel għal-Lingwa) 3 Private schools (Skejjel Privati) 4 Colleges in Malta and Gozo4.1 Attard 4.2 Birgu 4.3 Birkirkara 4.4 Birżebbuġa 4.5 Bormla 4.6 Dingli 4.7 Fgura 4.8 Floriana 4.9 Gozo
Gozo
(Għawdex) 4.10 Gudja 4.11 Gżira 4.12 Għargħur 4.13 Għaxaq 4.14 Ħamrun 4.15 Isla 4.16 Kalkara 4.17 Kirkop 4.18 Lija 4.19 Luqa 4.20 Marsa 4.21 Marsaskala 4.22 Marsaxlokk 4.23 Mellieħa 4.24 Mġarr 4.25 Mosta 4.26 Mqabba 4.27 Msida 4.28 Mtarfa 4.29 Paola 4.30 Pembro
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Malta (island)
Malta
Malta
is the largest of the three major islands that constitute the Maltese archipelago. It is sometimes referred to as Valletta
Valletta
for statistical purposes to distinguish the main island from the entire country. Malta
Malta
is in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea
Mediterranean Sea
directly south of Italy
Italy
and north of Libya. The island is 27 kilometres (17 mi) long and 14.5 kilometres (9 mi) wide, with a total area of 246 square kilometres (95 sq mi). The capital is Valletta, largest locality is Birkirkara. The island is made up of many small towns, which together form one Larger Urban Zone with a population of 409,259
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Swieqi
Swieqi (Maltese: Is-Swieqi) is a town in the Northern Region of Malta. It is a residential area just 15 minutes by bus from Sliema and within walking distance of Malta's nightlife and entertainment centres, Paceville and St. Julian's. As the town developed, residential estates took over farmland. The town's name means "water channels", a reminder of the region's past. It has an estimated population of 11,724 as of November 2017.[1]Contents1 Overview 2 Parish Church 3 Culture and Characteristics 4 Sports4.1 Swieqi United FC 4.2 Swieqi Overseas RUFC5 Zones in Is-Swieqi 6 Is-Swieqi Main Roads 7 References 8 External linksOverview[edit] The area's quiet environment and central location have made it popular with the upper-middle/high class population of the island. Vacant property in this area is scarce. Swieqi has seen its population rise over the years
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Mosta
Mosta
Mosta
(Maltese: Il-Mosta) is a town in the Northern Region of Malta, to the north-west of Valletta. In 2014, it had an estimated population of 20,241.[1] The most famous building in Mosta
Mosta
is the Rotunda, a large church with the third largest unsupported dome in the world. Mosta
Mosta
celebrates the feast of the Assumption every 15 August, popular among both the locals and the foreigners.Contents1 General 2 History2.1 Pre-history 2.2 Speranza Chapel 2.3 Marquis Mallia Tabone Farmhouse 2.4 Cumbo Tower 2.5 St Marija Assunta Church3 Twin towns – sister cities 4 References 5 External linksGeneral[edit] As Mosta
Mosta
is at the centre of Malta; buses pass through Mosta
Mosta
on the way to Buġibba, Burmarrad, St
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Fleur-de-lys
The fleur-de-lis/fleur-de-lys (plural: fleurs-de-lis/fleurs-de-lys)[pron 1] or flower-de-luce is a stylized lily (in French, fleur means "flower", and lis means "lily") that is used as a decorative design or motif, and many of the Catholic
Catholic
saints of France, particularly St. Joseph, are depicted with a lily
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Kerċem
Kerċem (Maltese: Ta' Kerċem) is a village on the island of Gozo, Malta, with a population of 1,938 people as of March 2014.[1] The village of Kerċem lies close by to the south-west of Victoria, spread between the picturesque Lunzjata Valley, the green hills of Tal-Mixta, Għar Ilma and Ta' Dbieġi, and stretching up to the Pond of Għadira ta' San Rafflu and Xlendi cliffs. Archaeological discoveries show that the sizeable area of Kerċem was inhabited as early as the Għar Dalam phase (5000–4500 BC). The Roman Baths and an early Christian cemetery at Għar Gerduf, referred to by Gozitan historian Giovanni Pietro Francesco Agius de Soldanis as Roman Catacombs, are also significant discoveries. However, to date, these historic sites are not accessible to the public. Ta' Kerċem evolved into a village community in the late Middle Ages, around an ancient chapel dedicated to Pope Gregory the Great built around 1581
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Marsa, Malta
Marsa (Maltese: Il-Marsa) is a town in the South Eastern Region
South Eastern Region
of Malta, with a population of 4,401 people as of March 2014.[1] The name Marsa means "the harbour".[2]Contents1 History 2 Facilities 3 Zones in Marsa 4 Demographics 5 Twin towns 6 References 7 External linksHistory[edit] Marsa is located on the Marsa Creek, a body of water formed by the flow of water from wadis in high ground nearby to the sea. The creek includes the Grand Harbour
Harbour
which the town is based on. A port was first established at Marsa by the Phoenicians. Remains of Roman constructions have been found close to the town.[2] At the arrival of the Order of St John in Malta, a particular cultivated garden was among the few places observed.[3] It is thought a foundry of the Order may have been located at Marsa.[2] During the Great Siege of Malta
Malta
of 1565, Marsa was used as a camp by troops of the Ottoman Empire
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Pembroke, Malta
Pembroke is a town in the Northern Region of Malta, and it is considered to be the country's newest town. To the east is Paceville, the nightlife district of Malta. The coastal town and tourist hub of St. Julian's lies to the southeast, and the residential area of Swieqi lies to the south. The hilltop village of Madliena is to its west, and Baħar iċ-Ċagħaq lies to the northwest. Pembroke covers an area of 2.3 km². The area hugs a coastal zone with a rocky beach. The highest point lies at 64 meters (210 feet) above sea level (at Suffolk Road, exit to St. Andrews Rd). The whole area was formerly a British military base from the 1850s to 1979. Pembroke is named after Robert Henry Herbert, the 12th Earl of Pembroke, and was authorised by Sidney Herbert, younger half-brother of Robert and Secretary at War in 1859. The town of Pembroke was formerly part of St. Julian's
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Alliance Francaise
L' Alliance Française
Alliance Française
(French pronunciation: ​[aljɑ̃s fʁɑ̃sɛz], French Alliance), or AF, is an international organization that aims to promote French language
French language
and culture around the world
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Floriana
Floriana
Floriana
(Maltese: Il-Furjana or Il-Floriana), also known by its title Borgo Vilhena, is a fortified town in the South Eastern Region
South Eastern Region
area of Malta, just outside the capital city Valletta
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St Paul's Bay
Saint Paul's Bay (Maltese: San Pawl il-Baħar, Italian: Baia di San Paolo) is a town in the Northern Region of Malta, sixteen kilometres (9.9 miles) northwest of the capital Valletta. Saint Paul's Bay is the largest town in the Northern Region and the seat of the Northern Regional Committee. Its name refers to the shipwreck of Saint Paul as documented in the Acts of the Apostles on St. Paul's Islands near St Paul's Bay, on his voyage from Caesarea to Rome, which laid the foundations of Christianity on the island. Burmarrad, Wardija, Qawra, Buġibba, Xemxija, and San Martin, as well as part of Bidnija and Mistra, form part of St. Paul's Bay Local Council.[2] The area of the locality is 14.47 km2 (6 sq mi). The population in 2014 was 21,046.[3] This goes up to about 60,000 between June and September with Maltese residents and tourists lodging in hotels, especially in Buġibba and Qawra. Heading north is Mistra Bay, its headland and St Paul's Island
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Paceville
Located west of St. Julian's, Malta, Paceville
Paceville
(Maltese: Paċeville, sometimes abbreviated PV) is the name given to an informal district heavily populated with nightclubs, bars, stripclubs, pubs and restaurants, and is an important nightlife hub on the island. Paceville
Paceville
is located between Spinola Point and Dragonara Point, delimiting Spinola Bay and St. George's Bay respectively. Paceville
Paceville
is seen as a party destination in Europe and is a popular place for locals and tourists alike.Contents1 Origins1.1 Early years 1.2 Redevelopment2 ReferencesOrigins[edit] Early years[edit] Paceville
Paceville
traces its origins in the 1910s and 1920s when prominent lawyer and developer Dr Giuseppe Pace
Giuseppe Pace
(1890–1971) built a few seaside residence in the area of St. Julian's
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Iklin
Iklin
Iklin
(Maltese: L-Iklin) is a village in the Central Region of Malta, with a population of 3,130 as of March 2014.[1] Iklin
Iklin
was established in the mid-20th century; however some archaeological sites and a medieval chapel, named as St. Michael Chapel, are proof to earlier settlements.[2] Until recently, the town was considered to form part of the Three villages of Malta, as part of Lija. With the separation of Iklin
Iklin
from Lija, Iklin
Iklin
is no longer part of the three villages.[3] It is bordered by Għargħur, San Ġwann, Birkirkara, Balzan, Lija
Lija
and Naxxar. Iklin
Iklin
is divided in Lower Iklin
Iklin
siding on the Birkirkara
Birkirkara
bypass and the Upper Iklin
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Blata L-Bajda
Blata l-Bajda is a suburb of Ħamrun in Malta, on the way to Valletta Notable buildings include the Chapel dedicated to Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal and St. Joseph School, a school run by the Sisters of St. Joseph of the Apparition. Spencer Monument is also found in this hamlet. Maria Regina Girls Junior Lyceum can be found in Blata l-Bajda. This school caters to over 1000 students coming from the central part of Malta. See also[edit] Spencer MonumentThis Malta location article is a stub
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San Gwann
San Ġwann
San Ġwann
(English: Saint John) is a town in the Central Region of Malta, with a population of 12,523 as of March 2014.[2] Previous to its separate administration the town used to form part of two separate localities being Birkirkara
Birkirkara
and St. Julians.[3]Contents1 Places and monuments in San Ġwann 2 Local council 3 Organisations 4 Zones in San Ġwann4.1 San Ġwann
San Ġwann
Main Roads5 ReferencesPlaces and monuments in San Ġwann[edit]Tal-Mensija cart ruts - San Ġwann
San Ġwann
Cart Ruts - pre-historic marks on natural rock Ta' Ċieda Tower
Ta' Ċieda Tower
- Punic-Roman tower Ta' Xindi Farmhouse
Ta' Xindi Farmhouse
- former San Ġwann
San Ġwann
Batallian Headquarters Castello Lanzun
Castello Lanzun
- fortified farmhouse, now the headquarters of the Order of St
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