What is Malta?
Malta is an Island, Malta Islands is the largest of the three major islands that constitute the Maltese archipelago and Republic of Malta. Malta is in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea directly south of Italy and north of Libya.
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Malta is a Member State of the European Union (EU) ; which is strategically located within the Mediterranean Sea. This strategic position has consistently allowed Malta to eclectically develop as an important International Trading Post. The Malta Freeport is one of the Mediterranean's leading Sea Ports for Container Shipments. The distance between Malta and the nearest point in Sicily (Italy) is 93km. The distance from Malta to the nearest point on the North African Mainland (Tunisia) is 288km. Gibraltar is 1826km to Malta's West and Alexandria is 1510km to it's East.
Depends on what you would like to study .... University tuition in English at the University of Malta.. If you'd like to learn English as a Foreign Language then go to www.skylarkmalta.com
Malta is an island located in the Mediterranean Sea, around 60 miles south of the Italian island of Sicily.
For the most part, Maltese natural environment is a hilly low, open scrubland. There are also some man-made small wooded areas. The animals which live in this environment are small, mainly birds, insects and reptiles. Most of the mammals on the island, like rats, ferrets and hares, as well as some reptiles, like the chameleon, were introduced throughout European colonization.
whatever we feel like :D. hobz mixwi. te. kafe. laring masur frisk. qaghaq tal-hmira. biskutelli. krustini. qaghaq tal-gunglien. kafe b l'anizetta
Malta is near the medatarian sea the flag is red and white with a little simbol Maltese people occupations are fishing and are rudly called "wogs"
Europe - Mediterranian Sea - South of Sicily (right under it). Find a map with Malta marked that'll surely help.
It's not a circle, so that's a bit of an ambiguous question.\n. \n"The longest distance in Malta in a south-east/north-west axis is about 27 km and the widest distance is 14 km" (source: http://www.geocities.com/rpulli/themalteseislands.html)\n. \nThe surface area is 316 square kilometers
Malta uses Euro now, so it shouldn't be difficult to find a converter.. Here's one: http://www.xe.com/ucc/
It's history! and now a days its know for it's many English schools for European students, and its night life and beach side in summer
They eat alot like Italians and Greeks. They eat food such as pasta, lasagne and other various European foods. They do have some traditional food such as Torta and Paztizi.
I live in Malta and here we have plenty of cinemas. Malta,Gozo, Kemmuna,Kemunett and the islands of Paul are the Maltese islands.
Ira Losco, Winter Moods, Fabrizio Faniello, Chiara Siracusa and Joseph Calleia (are the most famous)
There are a large number of Neolithic temples on Malta and Gozo including the Hypogeum of Hal-Saflieni, the only prehistoric underground temple in the world. There are more beautiful churches than you could ever want to see, several historic cities and many exquisite beaches. Gozo is a beautiful island and should not be missed if you want a while to relax.
Marie Louise Coleiro Preca is the President of Malta. She was appointed as president for a 5-year term on 2014 April 4 by the House of Representatives of Malta, becoming the 9th President of Malta. Malta is a Parliamentary Republic, and therefore they have both a Prime Minister and a President. The Prime Minister is currently Joseph Muscat.
No. Having visited often, I never saw an Indian, no Asians at all! Malta is 99% Catholic.
No. Malta was up till 1964 a colony of the British Empire, Malta had a Queen. Is now a Republic.
[Although the answer before was true, I decided it was slightly... degrading, perhaps? Sorry to whoever wrote it] No, Malta is not in Greece. It was inhabited by the Greek once, when it was blessed 'Melite', meaning 'Honey Sweet'. Malta is located just south of Italy, Sicily to be exact. It is a small island, part of a group called 'The Maltese Islands' by many. These islands include Gozo, Malta and Comino.
when Malta was under the roman empire it was named melita and was changed to Malta later on....otherwise it's name never changed.
Malta exports $3.6 billion worth of goods every year. Industrial equipment, cosmetics, furniture, foodstuffs, footwear and clothing items
Tourism Limestone (white or yellow, with globigerina) Agriculture (fruits, vegetables, wines, olives oil, capers, etc.)
Maltese people have their own plates, in tradition: . Il-fenkata (rabbit stew) . Soppa tal-armla (goat cheese soup) . Maltese bread with kunserva (tomato paste) Ä¡bejniet (goatcheese) and olives, which is called Ä§obz biz-Å¼ejt . soppa tax-xikel tal-majjal (bacon soup) . stuffat (pork casserole) and there are much more, however, these types of food are Malta'straditional food. It is much more common that they eat a burger,pizza, steak etc
Malta is today famous for being one of the best scuba diving locations in the Med
Yes, it is a very nice place, it does not have snow but it is very nice and warm and temperature don't normally go below 10 degrees Celsius. It is a small island with a lot of beaches and has friendly people in it. It has its cold days but its mainly nice and warm or sometimes sunny with a cold breezing winter). Its feasts are very nice to go to and very fun. Gonzo is also a nice island's Berlins to Malta. The Maltese food is also very,very,very good!!!!
Malta is certainly warm, it has an average temperature of 25-30 degrees inspring/ start of summer. Yet the fresh summer breeze never hides under the scorching sun and the sea is as cool as an ice-cream eaten on a hot summer's day
Malta is not in another country. The Republic of Malta ( Republikka ta Malta ) is a sovereign and independent nation. *Please consult Wikipedia if you need further details
Europe, Malta is an EU member state, in the Schengen zone and in the Euro.
Malta was named from the Greeks calling it Melite, meaning honey-sweet. Because of that it was nicknamed land of honey from the special unique bee honey production. Melite translated in English is Malta.
Malta was bombed in WWII, because Germany was bombing them. If you want to know more about the bombing in Wikipedia type in Mosta Dome Bomb, which is the place Malta got bombed in WWII.
The answer is we don't. Statistics show that we are the no 1 most stressed out country! Check out the level of education in Malta and the job industry and you'll get your answer.
There are seagulls in Malta at the start of migration, but by the end Maltese hunters will have killed an estimated 2 million birds and the gulls are the easiest to kill.
We live a normal life just like anyone else. We study hard to achieve our goals, hang out with our friends, have a good time etc!
Malta is a nice island country in the Mediterranean. Its very good destination for Tourism. Malta is member of the European Union. Good hotels with sea resorts are there. Local people are co-operative and useful. Most of them engaged to Tourism sector speak English.
Malta is located in the center of the Mediterranean Sea, south of Italy and north of Africa
The knights fortified and enhanced their new domain and made the Italian language an official one. Because of the ongoing Crusade , the Knights' main task was to provide medical assistance . They built numerous hospitals and their eight-pointed cross, is still used as a symbol by many first aid organizations today. source: malta.com
There are many things but amongst the most important we can see that they fortified it in order to protect it from the Turkish raiders. Examples may be seen in the fortifications of Valletta or Mdina and also the many shoreline defenses such as small towers,redoubts and batteries...
Knights of St. John or Knights of Malta as they are also called they stayed in Malta for over 200 years and basically developed the health care by building numerous hospitals, improved the education in Malta and built entire Valletta. They did a lot of work in Malta and there is a lot to learn about them.
It depends where you are coming from. By plane you can fly in to Malta International Airport from most European airports, airlines include; Air Malta, Lufthansa, Ryanair etc. You can also get in by catamaran from Sicily.
The two main languages in Malta are Maltese and English. But in school, in modern times we have to learn either German, Italian, French. And in the past they had to learn Spanish and Arabic.
The English took over Malta because it was during those times that the the Suez canal opened up. Since they also were ruling India, and the Suez canal was needed they could use Malta as a resting point, to refuel and get supplies.
some landforms in europe are oceans: gozzo channel, armier bay caves: the blue grotto [Malta]
No Malta Does NOT Have Volcanoes .. There Is Only ONE And It Is Under The Sea But It Doesn't Errupt Because It Is DEAD ! :)) xx
Yes, you have two options, either take a plane from Luqa to Palermo or Catania, or else take a ferry from Valletta to Catania or Pozzallo.
I have personally looked everywhere and have found nothing sayingits developed or developed. So that's a hard question.
Oh Dearâ¦ Haha No We Are Not British We Are Maltese And In Malta Everyone Talks In English If It Is Someone Who Speaks In English :) But No We Are Not British :))
It depends from where you came from. Malta is in the middle of the Mediterranean sea and it is found a bit away from the equator.
It depends on what area in Malta, but all postal codes are 3 letters and 4 numbers, for example Saint Julian's would be STJ 0001, Sliemea SLM 0001-
Malta is thought to originate from the Latin word for honey,Melita. Malta is very well known for its honey production.
Malta is an island and it has an inportan history .(The girls arehot.) Malta have many tempils.In the wars the won . If you wantmore go to Malta and you will have fun.....
The Knights of Malta or Knights Hospitaller Order of St. John of Jerusalem were a western military order during the Middle Ages. Founded in 1099 in Jerusalem. It is the worlds oldest surviving chivalric order. Headquarters in Palazzo Malta in Rome. The motto is Protecting the Roman Catholic Church and serving those in need.