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General view of Valletta, Malta from the sea, featuring the dome of the Carmelite Church, 1573, and spire of St Paul's Anglican Pro-Cathedral, 1839-44, pictured on June 6, 2008, in the evening. The Republic of Malta consists of seven islands in the Mediterranean Sea of which Malta, Gozo and Comino have been inhabited since c.5,200 BC. Nine of Malta's important historical monuments are UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the capital city, Valletta, also known as the Fortress City. Built...
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