15 Things You Didn't Know About Malta

15 Things You Didn’t Know About Malta | Travel Tuesdays
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Where is Malta?
What language do they speak in Malta?
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When is the best time to visit Malta?
Is Malta a good travel destination?
Why is Malta a tax heaven?
What are the best tourist destinations in Malta?
Is Malta safe to visit?

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  1. The Maltese Cross is NOT on the National Flag. The George Cross was awarded to Malta in April 1942, that's the Cross that is on the National Flag of Malta.

  2. There were many incorrections! As a Maltese resident, many facts are either bot true or incorrect. The picture you first featured in the Valletta feature, that's not Valletta that's Kalkara and Filfla is Just a really Small rock as part of the Maltese Islands but it's not a Main island. In Malta there are EXACTLY 365 CURCHES!!!! The small ones that arr connected to the Main curch afe called 'Kappella' but it still counts as one with the Curch! And Maltese people do not paint their doors pink wtf?! Or at least it's not a Maltese traditional colour, the main colours are Red, Blue, Green and Yellow. And there isn't only one universtiy in Malta, the Main one is located in Birkirkara/Msida but there's the old university in Valletta and other foreign universities that offer courses in Malta. Please check all of your information again!!!!!

  3. Would you suggest studying tourism in Malta in university for 4 years? I'm thinking about it, but I'm not really familiar with Malta, so I'm kinda worried.

  4. Yeah because that's exactly what this beautiful unspoiled archipelago needs, more rich turning up in their yachts and offloading their crap in the crystal blue sea…

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