About Malta National Museum of Archaeology
Located in the Auberge de Provence, house to the Knights of the Order of St John, Malta’s National Museum of Archaeology exhibits an impressive and intriguing collection of artefacts dating back as far as 5000 BCE covering Neolithic, bronze age, Phoenician period and others will soon be open and dedicated to the Punic, Roman and Byzantine periods. You can refer to the museum catalogue or attend one of the guided tours.
The Malta Aviation Museum houses numerous aircrafts and other interesting objects, mostly relating to World War II.
St John’s Co Cathedral in Valletta is one of the most important reminders of the Malta’s time under the Knights Hospitaller of St John.
The Grandmasters Palace in Valletta has been the seat of power in Malta since the sixteenth century.
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