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The Maltese Islands. Located in the Mediterranean Sea, just south of Sicily, the Maltese archipelago basically consists of three islands: Malta, Gozo and Comino. Their total population is 417 276. The Mediterranean. The Maltese Islands.

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The Maltese Islands

  • Located in the Mediterranean Sea, just south of Sicily, the Maltese archipelago basically consists of three islands: Malta, Gozo and Comino.

  • Their total population is 417 276.



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The Maltese Islands

  • The archipelago takes its name from Malta, the largest island of the group.

  • Valletta, the capital, is the cultural, administrative and commercial centre.

  • Malta is well served with harbours, chief of which is the Valletta Grand Harbour.

  • Malta's international airport is situated five kilometres from the capital.


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The Maltese Islands

  • Area of the Maltese Islands: 316 km2

  • Malta has no mountains or rivers. A series of low hills with terraced fields on the slopes characterise the Island.

  • The coastline of Malta is well indented, thus providing numerous harbours, bays, creeks, sandy beaches and rocky coves.


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The Maltese Islands

  • The climate has made Malta an important tourist resort in the centre of the Mediterranean.

  • The average winter temperature is 12oC (54oF.) There are really only two seasons in Malta: the dry summer season, and the mild winter season.

  • Rain rarely, if ever, falls during the summer months.





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