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Sep, 8 2013
One thing not miss here
The Grandmaster's Palace.
Stayed at
Hotel Argento, St. Julian's.
Ate at
Pane e olio, St. Julian's.

The Italian novelist Diletta Nicastro looking for intriguing sets for her trilogy “The mists of Meteora” explores the beautiful Malta and spends some time in the City of Valletta, in the World Heritage since 1980. Romantic. Colorful. Majestic. Knightly. Impregnable. #mozzafiato.

Grandmaster's Palace

Grandmaster’s Palace

Triq San Gwann, a narrow lane to the Grand Harbour.

Triq San Gwann, a narrow lane to the Grand Harbour.

A precious icon in the Greek Catholic church of Our Lady of Damascus.

A precious icon in the Greek Catholic church of Our Lady of Damascus.

Marsamxett Harbour. A romantic cruise looking at the Rock.

Marsamxett Harbour. A romantic cruise looking at the Rock.

A fascinating night view.

A fascinating night view.

 

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The Italian novelist Diletta Nicastro looking for intriguing sets for her trilogy 'The mists of Meteora' explores the beautiful Malta and spends some time in the City of Valletta, in the World Heritage since 1980. Romantic. Colorful. Majestic. Knightly. Impregnable. #mozzafiato.