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Grandmaster Alof de Wignacourt will probably be beaming down from the skies in the coming days when he sees his fountain once again take pride of place in Palace Square, Valletta. A life-size replica of the Wignacourt Fountain, with a base of 16 feet and a height of 25 feet, will be set up...

Wignacourt Fountain 'returns' to Valletta

Auberge De Castille, Valletta, Malta ~ office of the Prime Minister of Malta ~ originally built in 1574, remodeled (almost 100% rebuilt) 1741.

Auberge De Castille, Valletta, Malta ~ office of the Prime Minister of Malta ~ originally built in remodeled (almost rebuilt)

Valletta, Malta   - Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time. http://TravelNerdNici.com

Malta - I stayed in Valetta for five days. The sweetest hostel grandma told me everything about the history from this interesting country.

Italian. ca. 1610-1620  A complex of armour, embellished with gold damascening and engraving, made by Italian Geronimo Spacini for Aloph de Wignacourt, Grand Master of the Knights of Saint John of Jerusalem. Armory at the Grand Masters' Palace, Valletta, Malta. --- Image by © Adam Woolfitt/CORBIS

1610 Armor embellished with gold damascening and engraving.

Hastings Gardens

Ranked of 104 attractions in Valletta. Add it to your map!

La Vallette, Malte

Valletta, Malta - Definitely one of the most interesting places I've seen in the Mediterranean.

Predating Valletta, Mdina was originally the strategic centre, until the Knights of Malta built the fortifications there.

During Gary and Nicole's November 2011 Mediterranean cruise they took the opportunity while in port at Valletta to travel over to Mdina and take a look around.

In the Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller. Valletta, Malta.

In the Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller. I visited this castle las summer

Street of Steps St. Ursula Street in Valletta Malta with its daunting flight of steps. They are so ancient! And I have been there many times.:

* Street of Steps St. Ursula Street with its daunting flight of steps, La Valletta, Malta

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