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Malta Segway: Dingli Adventure Tour
"Dingli reflects a typical Maltese village and is surrounded by protected Natural Sites and is known for its picturesque landscape with its unspoiled environment and cliffs. The main attractions for this particular tour include:

 Boschetto Gardens Palazzo Verdala Clapham junction cart ruts Palazzo Girgenti Laferla Cross Clapham Junction Curt Ruts Magdalena Chapel
From EUR79.00
 
Malta Segway: Dingli Adventure Tour
"Dingli reflects a typical Maltese village and is surrounded by protected Natural Sites and is known for its picturesque landscape with its unspoiled environment and cliffs. The main attractions for this particular tour include:

 Boschetto Gardens Palazzo Verdala Clapham junction cart ruts Palazzo Girgenti Laferla Cross Clapham Junction Curt Ruts Magdalena Chapel
From EUR79.00
 
Private Tour: Malta's Best Attractions in a Tour
"A typical day tour starts in Valletta (WHS) the capital city of Malta where your first stop in St. John's Cathedral with its Caravaggio's masterpieces the 'Beheading of John the Baptist' and 'St. Jerome Writing' followed by a walk to the Upper Barakka Garden for a view of the Grand Harbour.Transport then takes you to Mdina the old Capital city of Malta where you meander around the narrow winding streets of this medieval town discovering its charm and beauty reaching the bastions walls to enjoy a great view over the island of Malta. The next stop will take you to Dingli Cliffs for a short photo stop and then continue your journey to Hagar Qim temple (WHS) a prehistoric temple dating back to 3
From EUR325.00

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Mosaics

Tripoli's National Jamahiriya Museum houses a superb collection of mosaics, mostly from the 2nd century AD. These mosaics were usually used to decorate the floors of Roman villas, They are made from...
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The Medina

The Medina is my favourite part of Tripoli. Until the end of the nineteenth century it WAS Tripoli. Since then the city has expanded beyond its walls. It is still by far the most interesting part of...
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Maidan Essa

Maidan Essa, or Jesus Square, is one of the nicest places in Tripoli. In it there is an outdoor cafe, the Ottoman Clock Tower, Souq Mushir and the entrance to Souq Ghizdir.If you enter the Medina from...
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Green Square

Green Square is Tripoli's main square. It is known in Arabic as Al Sahah al-Kadrah. On its west side is the Red Castle and the entrance to the Medina, while to the north is the Corniche. On the...
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Tripoli Harbour

In Tripoli Harbour is one of the best natural harbours on the Mediterranean. It was the site of the famous Battle of Tripoli Harbour of 1803-04, during the First Barbary War between the United States...
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Algeria Square

Algeria Square, or Maidan al-Jezayir, is one of the nicest places to sit and relax in Tripoli. There is a traditional cafe serving tea and coffee on one side of the square from which you can see the...
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The Lider Maximo is everywhere !

Political rulers exercising cult of personality are on the way of extinction, but here, in Tripoli, the dinosaur is a very resisting one, and he shows up everywhere on any occasion.On the first...
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Getting around, just for help. . .

I found one map only of Tripoli, which covers only the city centre. I did not use it (there are mistake, like the location of the big Mosque); I used a A3 print of a satellite image (Google Earth), to...
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Museum - Emblem

The crescent moon originates as an emblem of Byzantinium, not Arab Muslim as is popularly believed. It was only used in mosques after the Turks invaded Arab countries in the 15th centuries. The fish -...
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Museum - Mosaics # 4

The central square mosaics from the 1st century was set in a tray for easy removal and selling. Here it has been inserted into a younger floor mosaic from a 2nd century villa. Notice how it has not...
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Museum - Glass Urns

This beautifully intact funerary urns from the 1st century BC were found in a tomb in Tripoli. This was my favourite exhibit in the entire museum. I was absolutely captivated by the fact that 3000...
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Museum - History

The very basic outline of the history of this region tells that initially the area was all desert, then much rain came and the wild animals arrived. After several years of draught, desertification...
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Museum - Petroglyph

This representation of a crocdile from the phase of the wild animals, is one of the few originals in this room of the museum. Most other exhibits are copies. This dates from the 7th millennia BC....
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Museum - Rock art

This rock painting dates from the neolithic period, some 20,000 years BP (Before Present). The earliest known civilisations in Libya have been estimated to date back 100,000 years. This picture shows...
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