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A murales with a difference! 
A traditional Maltese custom during the Lenten period is for some houses to have miniature statues on display behind their windows. Built and set up with care and great detail, these usually depict the death, crucifixion and resurrection of Christ. 
In Triq il-Knisja, Zebbug, Malta, though, this is taken a step further with the addition of wall art showing the passion of Christ and Our Lady Of Sorrows. This is the work of Joseph Tanti 'il-Buxa'.

A murales with a difference!
A traditional Maltese custom during the Lenten period is for some houses to have miniature statues on display behind their windows. Built and set up with care and great detail, these usually depict the death, crucifixion and resurrection of Christ.
In Triq il-Knisja, Zebbug, Malta, though, this is taken a step further with the addition of wall art showing the passion of Christ and Our Lady Of Sorrows. This is the work of Joseph Tanti 'il-Buxa'.

DWEJRA BAY

Avoir un lieu touristique rien que pour soi ou presque, c’est un sentiment incroyable. C’est pour info ici qu’a été tourné une scène de Game of Throne lorsque l’arche était encore présente. Au moment où j’y suis allé, la fenêtre d’azur était détruite à cause d’une tempête.
Vous avez déjà été sur le site d’un tournage de film ? 
#dwejra #gozo #malta🇲🇹 #goodvibes #colorful #colorinspiration #ig_malta #frenchvibes #travel #wanderlusttribe #travellove #coupletrip #nature #landscape_lover #europe_pics #trip✈️ #gameofthrones #lesfrançaisvoyagent

DWEJRA BAY

Avoir un lieu touristique rien que pour soi ou presque, c’est un sentiment incroyable. C’est pour info ici qu’a été tourné une scène de Game of Throne lorsque l’arche était encore présente. Au moment où j’y suis allé, la fenêtre d’azur était détruite à cause d’une tempête.
Vous avez déjà été sur le site d’un tournage de film ?
#dwejra #gozo #malta 🇲🇹 #goodvibes #colorful #colorinspiration #ig_malta #frenchvibes #travel #wanderlusttribe #travellove #coupletrip #nature #landscape_lover #europe_pics #trip ✈️ #gameofthrones #lesfrançaisvoyagent

Two in one.

The main attraction of one of the Three Cities, that of Vittoriosa, is without doubt its parish church. 
In this photo, the collegiate parish church of St. Lawrence can be admired through one of the characteristic narrow stepped streets of Senglea, another member of the Three Cities of Malta. 
The stepped streets are characteristic of these fortified cities. Senglea, or l-Isla, is lined with such streets, steeped with local charm and history. Like this one, running down right to the waterline on the promenade along the creek and offering an enviable view of another magnificent historic city ahead.

Two in one.

The main attraction of one of the Three Cities, that of Vittoriosa, is without doubt its parish church.
In this photo, the collegiate parish church of St. Lawrence can be admired through one of the characteristic narrow stepped streets of Senglea, another member of the Three Cities of Malta.
The stepped streets are characteristic of these fortified cities. Senglea, or l-Isla, is lined with such streets, steeped with local charm and history. Like this one, running down right to the waterline on the promenade along the creek and offering an enviable view of another magnificent historic city ahead.

Happy birthday Valletta! 
454 years ago, on the 28th of March 1566, Grand Master Jean Parisot De La Vallette laid the foundation stone of the new city Valletta. 
But there was not a soul in sight in 2020! 
The famous gabbana at the corner of St. John Street with Merchants Street wasn’t selling orzata as usual and the streets were empty.

Happy birthday Valletta!
454 years ago, on the 28th of March 1566, Grand Master Jean Parisot De La Vallette laid the foundation stone of the new city Valletta.
But there was not a soul in sight in 2020!
The famous gabbana at the corner of St. John Street with Merchants Street wasn’t selling orzata as usual and the streets were empty.

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🐤A bird`s eye view of St.Julian`s🏢🏗️Malta🇲🇹 #hellofrom⁠
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Featured Artist: @ridethesunset⁠
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🐤A bird`s eye view of St.Julian`s🏢🏗️Malta🇲🇹 #hellofrom

Featured Artist: @ridethesunset


A mouthful of Malta!

In today's episode of traditional, homemade Maltese dishes, Kappa Vision brings you the king of them all: il-hobz biz-zejt! 
For many, the hobza and the ftira tal-Malti are the best bread in the world. 
But whoever invented the recipe for hobz biz-zejt deserves as much worhsip. 
Kappa Vision's version of the famous Maltese staple bread-oil-tomatoes recipe was spiced up with tuna, mackerel, giardiniera, capers, olives and the works: beans, lettuce, onions, garlic, pickled onions, black pepper, basil... ...and a side of Bigilla, 'flat' tomatoes (tadam catt) and the in-season ful (fava beans). How do you like yours?

A mouthful of Malta!

In today's episode of traditional, homemade Maltese dishes, Kappa Vision brings you the king of them all: il-hobz biz-zejt!
For many, the hobza and the ftira tal-Malti are the best bread in the world.
But whoever invented the recipe for hobz biz-zejt deserves as much worhsip.
Kappa Vision's version of the famous Maltese staple bread-oil-tomatoes recipe was spiced up with tuna, mackerel, giardiniera, capers, olives and the works: beans, lettuce, onions, garlic, pickled onions, black pepper, basil... ...and a side of Bigilla, 'flat' tomatoes (tadam catt) and the in-season ful (fava beans). How do you like yours?

Recuerdas el Post de “La Gruta de San Pablo”? 👍

Pues el Naufragio del apóstol no solo es un dato curioso, si no que. dio pie a la conversión de la Isla al catolicismo primitivo después del milagro que Pablo realizo sobre el papá de Publio (dirigente de la época). El 95% de la población es católica y eso se nota en las fiestas parroquiales y la cantidad de iglesias y capillas construidas en la Isla.

Pregunta:
❓ Cuantas iglesia piensas que tiene Malta❓
Déjame un número en los comentarios
⬇️⬇️⬇️ Foto: Iglesia Nuestra Señora del Monte Carmelo
Balluta Bay. .
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#chruch  #balluta #sangilian #malta #visitmalta  #ig_malta #religion #iglesia #vistas #ciudades #creencias #elinicio #mujerviajera #colombianaporelmundo #viajerasoy #viajera #voysola #traveler #travelwoman #viajandosola #proyectodevida #todoinicioen #girlaroundworld #trip

Recuerdas el Post de “La Gruta de San Pablo”? 👍

Pues el Naufragio del apóstol no solo es un dato curioso, si no que. dio pie a la conversión de la Isla al catolicismo primitivo después del milagro que Pablo realizo sobre el papá de Publio (dirigente de la época). El 95% de la población es católica y eso se nota en las fiestas parroquiales y la cantidad de iglesias y capillas construidas en la Isla.

Pregunta:
❓ Cuantas iglesia piensas que tiene Malta❓
Déjame un número en los comentarios
⬇️⬇️⬇️ Foto: Iglesia Nuestra Señora del Monte Carmelo
Balluta Bay. .
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#chruch #balluta #sangilian #malta #visitmalta #ig_malta #religion #iglesia #vistas #ciudades #creencias #elinicio #mujerviajera #colombianaporelmundo #viajerasoy #viajera #voysola #traveler #travelwoman #viajandosola #proyectodevida #todoinicioen #girlaroundworld #trip

A mouthful of Malta!

In today's episode of traditional, homemade Maltese dishes, Kappa Vision brings you the king of them all: il-hobz biz-zejt! 
For many, the hobza and the ftira tal-Malti are the best bread in the world. 
But whoever invented the recipe for hobz biz-zejt deserves as much worhsip. 
Kappa Vision's version of the famous Maltese staple bread-oil-tomatoes recipe was spiced up with tuna, mackerel, giardiniera, capers, olives and the works: beans, lettuce, onions, garlic, pickled onions, black pepper, basil... ...and a side of Bigilla, 'flat' tomatoes (tadam catt) and the in-season ful (fava beans). How do you like yours?

A mouthful of Malta!

In today's episode of traditional, homemade Maltese dishes, Kappa Vision brings you the king of them all: il-hobz biz-zejt!
For many, the hobza and the ftira tal-Malti are the best bread in the world.
But whoever invented the recipe for hobz biz-zejt deserves as much worhsip.
Kappa Vision's version of the famous Maltese staple bread-oil-tomatoes recipe was spiced up with tuna, mackerel, giardiniera, capers, olives and the works: beans, lettuce, onions, garlic, pickled onions, black pepper, basil... ...and a side of Bigilla, 'flat' tomatoes (tadam catt) and the in-season ful (fava beans). How do you like yours?

❓How do you make your homemade #lasagna ?🤔Veggie Ricotta Version made by @johan_homemadefood⁠
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❓How do you make your homemade #lasagna ?🤔Veggie Ricotta Version made by @johan_homemadefood



In times of lockdown and social distancing, a hermit’s church is perhaps very appropriate! 
St. Paul The First Hermit (Il-Kappella ta San Pawl l-Eremita) is a unique chapel surrounded by legend and religious charm. 
The present chapel was built in 1656 in the shadow of an overhanging ledge of rock and difficult of access. It is one of the most picturesque wayside churches in Malta, located in Wied il-Ghasel (its literal translation being Valley of honey) near Mosta. 
Years of neglect and destruction by vandals reduced it to a poor state. Thankfully, it was recently restored back to its former glory. 
FUN FACTS 
In 1993 the titular painting and another painting were substituted by copies as the original altarpiece was stolen in 1988 but was found some time later. In 1972 they were transferred to the parish church of Mosta for safe custody. 
There are two hardstone basins, one in a cave accessabile from within the chapel,  and a smaller one outside. Both were intended to receive water dripping from the overhanging rocks which was formerly held in high regard because of presumed medicinal properties. Several Grand Masters used to have their tables supplied with it! 
At the back of the church one can still see the vestiges of a rock-cut room which some believed to be the cell of a holy hermit. 
The feast of St. Paul the Hermit is celebrated annually in January in this church where a great number of people attend.

In times of lockdown and social distancing, a hermit’s church is perhaps very appropriate!
St. Paul The First Hermit (Il-Kappella ta San Pawl l-Eremita) is a unique chapel surrounded by legend and religious charm.
The present chapel was built in 1656 in the shadow of an overhanging ledge of rock and difficult of access. It is one of the most picturesque wayside churches in Malta, located in Wied il-Ghasel (its literal translation being Valley of honey) near Mosta.
Years of neglect and destruction by vandals reduced it to a poor state. Thankfully, it was recently restored back to its former glory.
FUN FACTS
In 1993 the titular painting and another painting were substituted by copies as the original altarpiece was stolen in 1988 but was found some time later. In 1972 they were transferred to the parish church of Mosta for safe custody.
There are two hardstone basins, one in a cave accessabile from within the chapel, and a smaller one outside. Both were intended to receive water dripping from the overhanging rocks which was formerly held in high regard because of presumed medicinal properties. Several Grand Masters used to have their tables supplied with it!
At the back of the church one can still see the vestiges of a rock-cut room which some believed to be the cell of a holy hermit.
The feast of St. Paul the Hermit is celebrated annually in January in this church where a great number of people attend.

A murales with a difference! 
A traditional Maltese custom during the Lenten period is for some houses to have miniature statues on display behind their windows. Built and set up with care and great detail, these usually depict the death, crucifixion and resurrection of Christ. 
In Triq il-Knisja, Zebbug, Malta, though, this is taken a step further with the addition of wall art showing the passion of Christ and Our Lady Of Sorrows. This is the work of Joseph Tanti 'il-Buxa'.

A murales with a difference!
A traditional Maltese custom during the Lenten period is for some houses to have miniature statues on display behind their windows. Built and set up with care and great detail, these usually depict the death, crucifixion and resurrection of Christ.
In Triq il-Knisja, Zebbug, Malta, though, this is taken a step further with the addition of wall art showing the passion of Christ and Our Lady Of Sorrows. This is the work of Joseph Tanti 'il-Buxa'.

Watch in colours ➡️ @crazycolormalta ✌🌈@sophiehannah -  Time for another colour change 🙌🏻 I've tried a colour I've never dyed my hair before... Grey! I used @crazycolorltd Graphite & Toxic UV for this split hair look & I love how it turned out. The grey is definitely a blueish grey but it's kinda cool 😍 And I'm also loving my neon bangs 💚 Full tutorial on YouTube (link in bio) // Song: Be My Parachute by Basixx #sophiehannah #crazycolor #hairdye #splithair #hairvideo #igersmalta #ig_malta #hairtutorial #colouredhair #neonhair #fringehair #crazycolorltd #maltabeauty #boredathome #maltabeautymalta #boredinthehouse #beautymalta #stayathome #malta  #beautycentremalta

Watch in colours ➡️ @crazycolormalta ✌🌈@sophiehannah - Time for another colour change 🙌🏻 I've tried a colour I've never dyed my hair before... Grey! I used @crazycolorltd Graphite & Toxic UV for this split hair look & I love how it turned out. The grey is definitely a blueish grey but it's kinda cool 😍 And I'm also loving my neon bangs 💚 Full tutorial on YouTube (link in bio) // Song: Be My Parachute by Basixx #sophiehannah #crazycolor #hairdye #splithair #hairvideo #igersmalta #ig_malta #hairtutorial #colouredhair #neonhair #fringehair #crazycolorltd #maltabeauty #boredathome #maltabeautymalta #boredinthehouse #beautymalta #stayathome #malta #beautycentremalta

✌🌈@sophiehannah -  Time for another colour change 🙌🏻 I've tried a colour I've never dyed my hair before... Grey! I used @crazycolorltd Graphite & Toxic UV for this split hair look & I love how it turned out. The grey is definitely a blueish grey but it's kinda cool 😍 And I'm also loving my neon bangs 💚 Full tutorial on YouTube (link in bio) // Song: Be My Parachute by Basixx #sophiehannah #crazycolor #hairdye #splithair #hairvideo #igersmalta #ig_malta #hairtutorial #colouredhair #neonhair #fringehair #crazycolorltd #maltabeauty #boredathome #maltabeautymalta #boredinthehouse #beautymalta #stayathome #beautycentremalta

✌🌈@sophiehannah - Time for another colour change 🙌🏻 I've tried a colour I've never dyed my hair before... Grey! I used @crazycolorltd Graphite & Toxic UV for this split hair look & I love how it turned out. The grey is definitely a blueish grey but it's kinda cool 😍 And I'm also loving my neon bangs 💚 Full tutorial on YouTube (link in bio) // Song: Be My Parachute by Basixx #sophiehannah #crazycolor #hairdye #splithair #hairvideo #igersmalta #ig_malta #hairtutorial #colouredhair #neonhair #fringehair #crazycolorltd #maltabeauty #boredathome #maltabeautymalta #boredinthehouse #beautymalta #stayathome #beautycentremalta

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🦖☘️🎾💚 YOU GUYS VOTED FOR IT, SO HERE IT BLOODY IS 😂💚🎾☘️🦖 Hope you like it!
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The islet of Filfla in the distance just off the coast of Fawwara, an area between Siggiewi and Ghar Lapsi in southern Malta.

The islet of Filfla in the distance just off the coast of Fawwara, an area between Siggiewi and Ghar Lapsi in southern Malta.

Triton Fountain at night, Malta 🇲🇹⛲️❤️ #ig_malta

Triton Fountain at night, Malta 🇲🇹⛲️❤️ #ig_malta

Located in central Malta, Hal Balzan is one of the so-called Three Villages, together with Attard and Lija. The village originally consisted of a group of small dwellings and farms but eventually grew, becoming a parish in the 17th century. 
ABOUT 
From FrankSalt .com .mt. 
As with Attard and Lija, Balzan is a sought after location and popular with the middle and upper middle classes. The population has increased due to large-scale development taking place, largely in the form of apartment blocks replacing villas and their gardens. However, this is mainly occurring on the outskirts of the village, and not here in the historic centre. The majority of this part of Balzan is an Urban Conservation Area. 
This is Triq il-Providenza corner with Triq Santu Rokku. The corner building features a niche housing a statue of St. Rogue, or Santu Rokku in Maltese. 
ABOUT ST. ROGUE 
From The Malta Indepenent.

St. Rogue is represented in his traditional apparel – the garb of a bearded pilgrim with a hat, staff and sea shell. His cloak is hoisted to reveal a modest wound on his thigh, and is accompanied by a dog carrying a bread bun in its mouth.

According to tradition, in 1315 at the age of 20, on the death of his parents, St Roque set out as a mendicant pilgrim. Arriving in Italy during a plague epidemic he helped tend the sick with care.

St. Roque was himself infected by the plague and was expelled from the city. Living in the forest as a recluse he was cured by a dog licking his sores and bringing him a daily loaf of bread.

Located in central Malta, Hal Balzan is one of the so-called Three Villages, together with Attard and Lija. The village originally consisted of a group of small dwellings and farms but eventually grew, becoming a parish in the 17th century.
ABOUT
From FrankSalt .com .mt.
As with Attard and Lija, Balzan is a sought after location and popular with the middle and upper middle classes. The population has increased due to large-scale development taking place, largely in the form of apartment blocks replacing villas and their gardens. However, this is mainly occurring on the outskirts of the village, and not here in the historic centre. The majority of this part of Balzan is an Urban Conservation Area.
This is Triq il-Providenza corner with Triq Santu Rokku. The corner building features a niche housing a statue of St. Rogue, or Santu Rokku in Maltese.
ABOUT ST. ROGUE
From The Malta Indepenent.

St. Rogue is represented in his traditional apparel – the garb of a bearded pilgrim with a hat, staff and sea shell. His cloak is hoisted to reveal a modest wound on his thigh, and is accompanied by a dog carrying a bread bun in its mouth.

According to tradition, in 1315 at the age of 20, on the death of his parents, St Roque set out as a mendicant pilgrim. Arriving in Italy during a plague epidemic he helped tend the sick with care.

St. Roque was himself infected by the plague and was expelled from the city. Living in the forest as a recluse he was cured by a dog licking his sores and bringing him a daily loaf of bread.

📍Cospicua is 1of those places where you can spend a good part of the day☀️just walking around its streets amidst interesting architectural details🏢and an evidently rich culture😍Malta🇲🇹 #streetlife⁠
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Featured Artist: @iamcatzzz⁠
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📍Cospicua is 1of those places where you can spend a good part of the day☀️just walking around its streets amidst interesting architectural details🏢and an evidently rich culture😍Malta🇲🇹 #streetlife

Featured Artist: @iamcatzzz


😋Some of the best Maltese dishes🇲🇹🥘are quick and simple to make, so why let your tastebuds wait?😉 @grokkvalletta #lovemaltaeats⁠
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Featured Foodie: @yumyfewd⁠
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😋Some of the best Maltese dishes🇲🇹🥘are quick and simple to make, so why let your tastebuds wait?😉 @grokkvalletta #lovemaltaeats

Featured Foodie: @yumyfewd


Is this your favourite Maltese dish?

A mouthful of Malta! 
Homemade qarabaghli mimli l-forn just like nanna used to make!

Meat-stuffed baked marrows. 
With many people now finding themselves confined in their homes and with more time on their hands as a consquence, it is a good idea to try your hands at cooking some traditional Maltese dishes. Better still if it’s done for someone you love or care about. And not just for the (hopefully) delicious meal, but also to make their day a bit brighter! 
Kappa Vision put their camera aside, got cooking and did just that... ...although the camera was soon back out again to take these photos!

Is this your favourite Maltese dish?

A mouthful of Malta!
Homemade qarabaghli mimli l-forn just like nanna used to make!

Meat-stuffed baked marrows.
With many people now finding themselves confined in their homes and with more time on their hands as a consquence, it is a good idea to try your hands at cooking some traditional Maltese dishes. Better still if it’s done for someone you love or care about. And not just for the (hopefully) delicious meal, but also to make their day a bit brighter!
Kappa Vision put their camera aside, got cooking and did just that... ...although the camera was soon back out again to take these photos!

The charming facade of a typical Maltese farmhouse in Mosta. 
But do you like that bright red door?

The charming facade of a typical Maltese farmhouse in Mosta.
But do you like that bright red door?

📍Xlendi Bay🏖in the era of #covid19 Island of Gozo🏝Malta🇲🇹 #lovemaltaeats

📍Xlendi Bay🏖in the era of #covid19 Island of Gozo🏝Malta🇲🇹 #lovemaltaeats