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Malta
   has this flag:   

M
   is the international car registration for   
Malta
Malta
   has the capital   
Valletta
Pope Pius V and Philip II of Spain promised financial aid and the Pope lent the Knights the services of Francesco Laparelli, a military engineer, who drew up the necessary plans for the new city and its defences. Work started in earnest in March 1566 – first on the bastions and, soon after, on the more important buildings. The new city was to be called Valletta in honour of its founder, Grand Master La Vallette.
Malta
   uses the   
Euro
Replaced the Maltese lira (MTL) in January 2008.
English
   is an official language of   
Malta
Maltese
   is an official language of   
Malta
.mt
   internet domain is used by   
Malta
Malta
   has the anthem   
L-Innu Malti
The Maltese Hymn.
Malta
   is governed by a   
Parliamentary Republic
President Marie Louise Coleiro Preco
   is Head of State of   
Malta
Malta
   belongs to   
Malta
121 sq. mi.; including Gozo.
Cisk
   beer comes from   
Malta
Malta
   has the mark   
9H
Malta
   is situated in   
Europe
Fort Manoel
   is/was found in   
Malta
Is a star fort that stands on Manoel Island in Marsamxett Harbour to the nw of Valletta and commands the entrance to Marsamxett Harbour and the anchorage of Sliema Creek.
Malta
   has the national animal   
Blue Rock Thrush
Malta
   has the national flower   
The Maltese Rock Centaury
It is found only in Malta and is on the Critically Endangered list, threatened by habitat loss.
Malta
   gained independence in   
1964
21 September. United Kingdom
BritishJet
   is based in   
Malta
Malta
   has the National Tree   
Gharghar
Malta
   has the National Plant   
Maltese Rock Centaury
Malta
   is the site of   
City of Valletta
Malta
   is the site of   
Hal Saflieni Hypogeum
Malta
   is the site of   
Megalithic Temples of Malta
Malta Fever
   is caused by infection with   
Brucella Species
Malta
   calls its legislative assembly   
Il-Kamra Tad-Deputadi
Malta Story (1953)
   starred   
Alec Guinness, Jack Hawkins and Anthony Steel
Director: Brian Desmond Hurst. Also starred Muriel Pavlow, Renée Asherson & Hugh Burden. Plot: In 1942 Britain was clinging to the island of Malta since it was critical to keeping Allied supply lines open...
Malta
   has the patron saint   
Paul
Malta
   has the patron saint   
Our Lady of the Assumption
1971
   was the debut year for   
Malta
Malta
   has an area of   
316 Km²
205th
   largest country in the world is   
Malta
316 km²
Air Malta
   is based in   
Malta
National carrier.
Valletta, Malta
   is at   
35°54'N 14°31'E
Malta
   has the country calling code   
+356
Sleeping Lady
   was made in   
Malta
Painted terracotta, c. 3100 BC, National Museum of Archaeology, Valleta
Giordan Lighthouse
   is located in   
Malta
1853 - Ghawdex
St. Elmo Lighthouse
   is located in   
Malta
1908 - Grand Harbor of Valetta
Ricasoli Lighthouse
   is located in   
Malta
1908 - Grand Harbor of Valetta
Delimara Point Lighthouse
   is located in   
Malta
1990 - Marsaxlokk
Comino
   belongs to   
Malta
Gozo
   belongs to   
Malta
Malta
   has the time zone   
UTC+1
Central European Time (CET)
The Presidential Standard of Malta
   is   

Air Force of Malta
   is   

Malta
   has this coat of arms   

Zebbug Gozo, Malta
   has this flag:   

Malta
   entered with   
"What If We" by Chiara
Mdina Cathedral
   is located in   
Malta
The late 17th-century St. Paul's Cathedral in Mdina stands on the traditional site of the house of the governor Publius, who received St. Paul when he was shipwrecked on Malta
Malta
   is   







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