Ghajnsielem, Gozo, Malta

The Għajnsielem is a beautiful historic village worth visiting. It has a population of 3,200 residents. The village name translated on English language means "Peaceful Spring". And as all of the villages of Gozo it also has a main square with a parish church in the middle. In the center of Għajnsielem you can admire the beautiful Parish church of Our... Continue Reading →

Bethlehem of Għajnsielem, Gozo, Malta

In the middle of the small beautiful village Għajnsielem on the island Gozo, there is a very interesting park called Bethlehem f’Ghajnsielem. Actually as soon as you enter Mġarr Harbour, while still aboard the ferry, you will notice some of the welcoming landmarks of the harbor village of Għajnsielem just up the hill.  The first... Continue Reading →

Qala, Gozo, Malta

Qala is pronounced as Aala in English. It is a small, charming village on the island Gozo, Malta. It is smaller than Nadur with a population of 2,284 residents. Qala is easternmost village of Gozo and has been inhabited since early times. The development of the present settlement began in the second half of the seventeenth... Continue Reading →

Nadur by day and night, Gozo, Malta

Nadur is a beautiful and charming historic village on the small Maltese island Gozo. The word "Nadur" which in Maltese means "look out", is derived from the Arabic word nadara. The town's motto means much the same. For example while I was wondering around the town and if you checked my previous posts about Gozo you can realize that I... Continue Reading →

Citadella of Victoria, Gozo, Malta

Citadella is the amazing fortifications in the center of the city Victoria at the small island Gozo that belongs to Malta. The city is also known among the native Maltese as Rabat (which is the name of the old town center) or by its title Città Victoria. It is the capital city of Gozo. The town is situated on a hill near the center of the island,... Continue Reading →

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