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.
Yes... Malta is officially the Republic of Malta (in Maltese: Repubblika ta' Malta)
We have no mountains on Malta.
its in the north of malta
The president of Malta is chosen by the House of Representatives of Malta.
They fortified Malta to help protect from Turkey.
No. Malta was up till 1964 a colony of the British Empire, Malta had a Queen. Is now a Republic.
Malta is situated under the island of Sicily. Malta is a small island.
Oil discovered in Malta, no. Malta gets oil from other countries.
Valletta is the capital of Malta.
Yes Malta is a country.
Malta to heathrow
Repubblika T'a Malta
Malta is its own country
Malta is In Europe.
Malta. ( its the same)
The capital of Malta is Valletta
There are no rivers in Malta
Malta is in the Northern hemisphere.
Malta is in the African plate
Malta is thought to originate from the Latin word for honey, Melita. Malta is very well known for its honey production.
Malta is no part of another country; Malta is an independent republic.
Area of Malta = 316 sq kilometres. Area of Malta = 316 sq kilometres. Area of Malta = 316 sq kilometres. Area of Malta = 316 sq kilometres.
Malta is an island and it has an inportan history .(The girls are hot.) Malta have many tempils.In the wars the won . If you want more go to Malta and you will have fun.....