About Malta Saluting Battery
The Malta Saluting Battery – known locally as just the Saluting Battery – dates back 500 years and is one of the oldest of its kind to still be operated. In addition to providing the vibrant spectacle of the gun firing for visitors, the Malta Saluting Battery is also a great place for views of the harbour which it has historically protected. The gun is fired daily at noon and 4pm.
The Lascaris War Rooms in Malta were important military headquarters during World War II.
The Malta at War Museum offers a fascinating insight into the history of Malta during the Second World War.
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