Here are the rest of the pictures that I promised to post. I’ve been having a problem posting them in order. Oh well, I will get better at this in the future.
We loved the fortified medieval town of Mdina, located on a large hill in the center of Malta. The town was the old capital of Malta, and is noteworthy because of its narrow streets, few inhabitants and beautiful views.
Mdina is referred to as the “Silent City” because the no cars are allowed here, (except those of a limited number of residents).
Also – we can’t forget all the wonderful door knockers!!
The majestic St. Paul’s Cathedral (17th Century) is located in the center of Mdina.
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