Malta

Property prices down 15 to 20% – Chamber

25.June 2009

Recently in the Times of Malta, Kevin Buttigieg, Managing director, of RE/MAX Malta, the real estate company, was interviewed by the Times of Malta where he claimed the figures.  Read the following interesting article written by…

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British Grand Prix – Race Round-Up

22.June 2009

Jarno Trulli (Car 9, Chassis TF109-06) Grid: 4th Race Classification: 7th (+68.307s) Pit Stop Laps: 18, 46 Timo Glock (Car 10, Chassis TF109-05) Grid: 8th Race Classification: 9th (+69.823s) Pit Stop Laps: 19, 48 Panasonic…

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The Village [St. Julians]

17.June 2009

St Julian’s is now an extension of Sliema although it started life as a small fishing port based on Spinola and Balluta Bays. Like Sliema, it is now a major residential and tourist centre, and…

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Balzan

12.June 2009

Balzan is one of the so-called Three Villages, along with neighbouring Lija and Attard that lie at the heart of Malta. Many wealth families built summer residences here in the early years of the 20th…

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Zejtun

11.June 2009

Zejtun’s origins lie in antiquity judging by discoveries in the area of Punic tombs and the remains of a large Roman villa complete with cisterns and olive press. Olive oil production here probably continued into…

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Naxxar

10.June 2009

Naxxar has something of historical, archaeological and cultural interest from each period in Malta‘s past. It has always been one of the main villages on the Islands and has played a role in major events…

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Mosta

09.June 2009

The town’s name derives from the Arabic `musta’, meaning centre. Mosta lies at the heart of Malta, along the Great Fault that runs east-west across the Island. It was only a hamlet in medieval times,…

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Rabat

09.June 2009

Rabat can lay claim to the origins of Maltese Christianity. Beneath St Paul’s Church is the Grotto of St. Paul, where, according to tradition, the Apostle Paul lived for three months after being shipwrecked on…

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St Paul’s Bay

08.June 2009

St Paul’s Bay and its neighbours Bugibba and Qawra are Malta’s largest, seaside resorts. They offer plentiful accommodation ranging from self-catering apartments to hotel complexes and a variety of nightlife and leisure options. The coastline…

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Msida

05.June 2009

The name Msida comes from the Arabic msayda, meaning `a fisherman’s dwelling’. Today, it is known for boats of a different kind as the creek houses the modern Msida Yacht Marina with its 250 or…

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Real Estate tips from RE/MAX Tigne, Malta

02.June 2009

BUYING A HOME Buying a home is an exciting experience, however at times it can be overwhelming and extremely stressful.  The perfect situation would be if there was someone you can count on to help…

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Swieqi

02.June 2009

Swieqi lies on the outskirts of Paceville, Malta’s main entertainment and nightlife centre. It is perched above the coast on the eastern stretch of the Victoria Lines, the British fortifications built in 1878 on the…

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