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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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Tripoli museum

The goddess Diana was very highly worshipped in ancient Rome. Her greek counterpart, fell under the name Artemis. Diana in Roman worship, was known as well as a maiden huntress, protector of all that...
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Tripoli museum

The museum in Tripoli is a must to visit, showing the treasures and history of Libya from the past till now. From Roman, Greek culture till the revolution in 1969. The tour takes at least about three...
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Sidi Abdul Wahab Mosque

This tiny mosque is named after the 14th century holy man, Sheikh Sidi Abdul Wahab, who is buried here. For this reason it has become a pilgrimage site and, as it stands right next to Tripoli harbour,...
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Building on the past

With its whitewashed walls and numerous minarets, Tripoli's medina looks like anyone's idea of a North African city. A bird's eye view gives a clue that its origins may well be older than someone...
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Tripoli today

Truth to tell, there's not much about modern Tripoli to get excited about. The city experienced a huge influx of people during the 70s and 80s and in the push to accommodate them buildings sprang up...
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Behind high walls

Although the mosques and souqs of Tripoli's medina give the visitor a wonderful insight into the city's public life, the high walls and closed doors of the narrow streets and alleys (photo 1)were...
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...and a synagogue

Partially restored in 1999, the Tablets of the Law and Stars of David on its facade but locked and with its windows sealed, Tripoli's last remaining synagogue stands a mute reminder of the city's once...
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Red Castle

Red Castle, also known as Tripoli Castle or Assai al Hamra, is an imposing citadel which overlooks the waterfront of the old city. It is built on the site of a Roman fortified camp. For centuries...
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Souq al-Turk

Souq al-Turq, or the Turkish market, runs north-south throught the heart of the Medina, parallel to Souq al-Mushir. It is partially covered by overhanging strips of corrugated aluminium to offer...
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Ottoman Clock Tower

The 19th century Ottoman Clock Tower is one of the most impressive landmarks in the Medina. It is sparkling white, as it has just been repainted. It is a typical Turkish design and very similar to the...
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Old French Consulate

This attractive house, with a central courtyard, was originally built in 1630. It was used as the French Consulate until 1946. It has been recently restored and opened to the public. The consul's room...
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Ahmed Pasha Karamanli Mosque

Ahmed Pasha Karamanli Mosque is the largest and grandest of the 38 mosques in the Medina. It was built in 1711 by the founder of the Karamanli dynasty and Governor of Tripoli. It has a twenty-five...
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Souq al-Ghizdara

One of the most interesting of the many small souqs in the Medina is Souq al-Ghizdara, where you can see coppersmiths at work making, amongst other things, the copper crescents that surmount the...
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Old British Consulate

The former British Consulate, also known as Dar Adb al Khaliq al Nuwayji. was originally built in 1744 as a residence for Ahmad al Karamanli, the ruler of Tripoli. He donated it as the British...
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"Touching down in Tripoli"
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"Tripoli - White Bride of the Mediterranean"
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"The Lider Maximo and the city"
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"Tripoli - still the white but "booming"bride"
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