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Mdina National Museum of Natural History

Mdina on Malta is also known as “the silent city”. Its history dates back about 4000 years. Once capital of Malta, the medieval city with just about 230 inhabitants, has kept most of its charm. During different times Mdina has according to its rulers been referred to in various ways. One of the names which still describe Mdina very well was: Citta Notabile (in English: the noble city). The name says it… Read More

Forum Romanum Rome

It always looks and feels the same. I’ve been in Italy many times before when I was a child, so the vegetation and almost everything in this country is familiar to me. Yet our current stay in Rome in August was somewhat different. Due to this, I did not have the typical “Wow, how interesting, its’s new!”-feeling when we arrived in Rome Fiumicino, one of the two airports of the city. Just… Read More