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The island state of Malta is located in the Mediterranean Sea and falls south of the Italian island of Sicily. Temples, fortresses, sandy beaches, cliffs, and jutted coves is what makes this small island nation worth visiting, coupled with thrilling activities like scuba diving, snorkelling, and a long and fascinating history going back to the days before Christ.
The landscape of Malta is covered with rocky coasts with cliffs made out of limestone and bays that preserve pristine waters. Jaunting to one of the many marinas around Malta will treat you to a sight of brightly coloured traditional crafts. Going under is yet another adventure for divers, and snorkelling as the Maltese seas, contain hidden mysteries from coves to crags to wrecks. This archipelago has witnessed a long history of continued succession and annexations to world empires and colonial powers, and as a result, a broader scope of culture can be found blended in perfection in the community, though it is predominantly Catholic. Despite its deep, historic roots, Malta has modern cities like St. Julian, mixing a host of nightlife activities with ancient architecture, making you feel like you are in a mixed time portal due to historic and modern architecture on display, blended together so harmoniously.
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