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Daniella Pighin

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Transcript of Malta

In Malta, they use Euros.
Before Euros, they used Maltese Lira
Famous Landmarks
All about Malta
Where Malta is located
Maltas currency
Facts about Malta
Traditional Foods
Famous landmarks
Famous people
Native Animals
Landscape & Climate
Meaning of the star

Location of Malta
Festivals and Traditions

A major Carnival is held in Malta every year. They all gather at the church and parade around the streets with Mary. After this, they celebrate with dancers and stalls of traditional foods. Some kids even get water guns and shoot anyone in sight.

Some traditions they always have are main ones like Christmas, Easter, Good Friday and birthday dinners. They get together at a different persons house every time.

Facts About Malta
The majority of people in Malta are Roman Catholics.

Churches in Malta have two clocks. There is one on the left and right. The one on the right shows the correct time and the one on the left shows the wrong time so it confuses Satan from disturbing the mass.

Because Malta doesn't have any mountains or rivers, the fresh water supply is very limited.

All About Malta
Malta is a small nation located in the Mediterranean sea. The capital city is Valletta. People in Malta speak Maltese. Malta has many historical buildings still standing. It is very famous because St Paul (From the Bible,) was shipwrecked and sadly passed away. (10/2)
Malta has changed in many ways. In 870 AD, Malta was taken over by the Arabs. In 1090, count Roger of Normandy drove out the Arabs and the Normans took control. Malta is 316 sq Km. Malta's Government is a Republic and their head of state is George Abela.
Valletta Waterfront

National War Museum

Malta Maritime Museum

St Thomas Tower

Stars With a Maltese Heritage
Britney Spears- Grandfather

Jimmy Fallen- Great Great Godparents

Mary Collinson

Malta And Gozo- Lonely Planet- Abigail Blasi. February 2013. 5th edition
Taking a look at Malta- Jan Willem Bultje
2005, Netherlands

Thanks For Listening
Traditional Food
In Malta, they have many traditional dishes. Some are: Soup (Rabbit stew), Pasta and Pastry dishes. Also, there are many things they stuff.
In Malta the animals you can find there are:
Killer Whales
Mouse-Eared Bats

Landscape and Climate
Maltas landscape is quite flat with some hills. Some main landforms are: Forests, Coastal wetlands and sand dunes.

The temperature range is around 12-26 degrees celsius.

During Winter, it is very cold and windy but during summer it is muggy and dry, therefore people wear warm clothes in winter and cooler clothes in summer.
Meaning of the Maltese star
Blessed are the poor in spirit; for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
Blessed are those who mourn; for they shall be comforted
Blessed are those who are gentle in spirit; for they shall inherit the earth.
Blessed are those who hunger and thirst after righteousness; for they shall be satisfied.
Blessed are the merciful; for they shall obtain mercy.
Blessed are the pure in heart; for they shall see God.
Blessed are the peacemakers; for they shall be called the children of God
Blessed are those who suffer persecution for righteousness' sake; for theirs is the kingdom of heaven
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