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For a long time it remained solely a fortified garrison. A mass expulsion of Arabs occurred in and the entire Christian male population of Celano in Abruzzo was deported to Malta in the same year.
For a brief period the kingdom passed to the Capetian House of Anjou ,  but high taxes made the dynasty unpopular in Malta, due in part to Charles of Anjou 's war against the Republic of Genoa, and the island of Gozo was sacked in Malta was ruled by the House of Barcelona , an Aragonese dynasty from to ,  with the Aragonese aiding the Maltese insurgents in the Sicilian Vespers in a naval battle in Grand Harbour in Relatives of the kings of Aragon ruled the island until , when it formally passed to the Crown of Aragon.
Early on in the Aragonese ascendancy, the sons of the monarchy received the title, "Count of Malta". During this time much of the local nobility was created. By , however, the bearing of the title "Count of Malta" reverted to a feudal basis, with two families fighting over the distinction, which caused some conflict. This led the Martin I of Sicily to abolish the title. Dispute over the title returned when the title was reinstated a few years later and the Maltese, led by the local nobility, rose up against Count Gonsalvo Monroy.
Instead, he promised never to grant the title to a third party, and incorporated it back into the crown. In , the population of the island of Gozo around 5, people were taken as slaves by Barbary pirates and brought to the Barbary Coast in present-day Libya. Speaking of the battle Voltaire said, "Nothing is better known than the siege of Malta. Zebbug is one of the oldest cities of Malta, it also has one of the largest squares of Malta.
Approximately 11, people out of a population of 60, died of plague in Over the years preceding Napoleon's capture of the islands, the power of the Knights had declined and the Order had become unpopular. This was around the time when the universal values of freedom and liberty were incarnated by the French Revolution. People from both inside the Order and outside appealed to Napoleon Bonaparte to oust the Knights. Napoleon Bonaparte did not hesitate.
His fleet arrived in , en route to his expedition of Egypt. As a ruse towards the Knights, Napoleon asked for safe harbour to resupply his ships, and then turned his guns against his hosts once safely inside Valletta. Grand Master Hompesch capitulated, and Napoleon entered Malta.
Public education was organised along principles laid down by Bonaparte himself, providing for primary and secondary education. The French forces left behind became unpopular with the Maltese, due particularly to the French forces' hostility towards Catholicism and pillaging of local churches to fund Napoleon's war efforts.
French financial and religious policies so angered the Maltese that they rebelled, forcing the French to depart. Great Britain, along with the Kingdom of Naples and the Kingdom of Sicily , sent ammunition and aid to the Maltese and Britain also sent her navy , which blockaded the islands. The Maltese people created a Declaration of Rights in which they agreed to come "under the protection and sovereignty of the King of the free people, His Majesty the King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland".
The Declaration also stated that "his Majesty has no right to cede these Islands to any power In , as part of the Treaty of Paris ,   Malta officially became a part of the British Empire and was used as a shipping way-station and fleet headquarters. After the Suez Canal opened in , Malta's position halfway between the Strait of Gibraltar and Egypt proved to be its main asset, and it was considered an important stop on the way to India, a central trade route for the British.
Because of its position, several culinary and botanical products were introduced in Malta; some examples derived from the National Book of Trade Customs found in the National Library include wheat for bread making and bacon. Between and , during the First World War , Malta became known as the Nurse of the Mediterranean due to the large number of wounded soldiers who were accommodated in Malta.
However, despite Winston Churchill 's objections,  the command was moved to Alexandria , Egypt , in April out of fear that it was too susceptible to air attacks from Europe. During the Second World War, Malta played an important role for the Allies ; being a British colony, situated close to Sicily and the Axis shipping lanes, Malta was bombarded by the Italian and German air forces.
Malta was used by the British to launch attacks on the Italian navy and had a submarine base. It was also used as a listening post, intercepting German radio messages including Enigma traffic. Some historians argue that the award caused Britain to incur disproportionate losses in defending Malta, as British credibility would have suffered if Malta surrendered, as British forces in Singapore had done.
Under its constitution, Malta initially retained Queen Elizabeth II as Queen of Malta and thus head of state , with a governor-general exercising executive authority on her behalf. In , the Malta Labour Party led by Dom Mintoff won the general elections, resulting in Malta declaring itself a republic on 13 December Republic Day within the Commonwealth , with the President as head of state.
A defence agreement was signed soon after independence, and after being re-negotiated in , expired on 31 March Malta adopted a policy of neutrality in Bush and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev , their first face-to-face encounter, which signalled the end of the Cold War. Malta joined the European Union on 1 May Malta is a republic  whose parliamentary system and public administration are closely modelled on the Westminster system.
Malta had the second-highest voter turnout in the world and the highest for nations without mandatory voting , based on election turnout in national lower house elections from to Kamra tad-Deputati , which is elected by direct universal suffrage through single transferable vote every five years, unless the House is dissolved earlier by the President either on advice of the Prime Minister or through the adoption of a motion of no confidence carried within the House of Representatives and not overturned within three days.
In either of these cases, the President may alternatively choose to invite another Member of Parliament who invariably should command the majority of the House of Representatives to form an alternative government for the remainder of the legislature. The House of Representatives is nominally made up of 65 members of parliament whereby 5 members of parliament are elected from each of the thirteen electoral districts.
However, where a party wins an absolute majority of votes, but does not have a majority of seats, that party is given additional seats to ensure a parliamentary majority. The 80th article of the Constitution of Malta provides that the president appoint as prime minister " The President of Malta is appointed for a five-year term by a resolution of the House of Representatives carried by a simple majority. The role of the president as head of state is largely ceremonial.
The main political parties are the Nationalist Party , which is a Christian democratic party, and the Labour Party , which is a social democratic party. The Nationalist Party, with Adrian Delia as its leader, is in opposition. The Democratic Party is the only small party which has two seats in parliament; the seats were gained when the Democratic Party contested under the Nationalist Party candidate grouping in the elections but this arrangement was later terminated in that same year.
There are small political parties in Malta which have no parliamentary representation. Until the Second World War , Maltese politics was dominated by the language question fought out by Italophone and Anglophone parties. Malta has had a system of local government since ,  based on the European Charter of Local Self-Government. The country is divided into five regions one of them being Gozo , with each region having its own Regional Committee, serving as the intermediate level between local government and national government.
Sixteen "hamlets", which form part of larger councils, have their own Administrative Committee. The six districts five on Malta and the sixth being Gozo serve primarily statistical purposes. Each council is made up of a number of councillors from 5 to 13, depending on and relative to the population they represent. A mayor and a deputy mayor are elected by and from the councillors.
The executive secretary, who is appointed by the council, is the executive, administrative and financial head of the council. Councillors are elected every four years through the single transferable vote. People who are eligible to vote in the election of the Maltese House of Representatives as well as resident citizens of the EU are eligible to vote.
Due to system reforms, no elections were held before Since then, elections have been held every two years for an alternating half of the councils. Local councils are responsible for the general upkeep and embellishment of the locality including repairs to non-arterial roads , allocation of local wardens and refuse collection; they also carry out general administrative duties for the central government such as collection of government rents and funds and answer government-related public inquiries.
Additionally, a number of individual towns and villages in the Republic of Malta have sister cities. The objectives of the Armed Forces of Malta AFM are to maintain a military organisation with the primary aim of defending the islands' integrity according to the defence roles as set by the government in an efficient and cost-effective manner. This is achieved by emphasising the maintenance of Malta's territorial waters and airspace integrity. The AFM also engages in combating terrorism, fighting against illicit drug trafficking, conducting anti-illegal immigrant operations and patrols and anti-illegal fishing operations, operating search and rescue SAR services, and physical or electronic security and surveillance of sensitive locations.
On another level, the AFM establishes or consolidates bilateral co-operation with other countries to reach higher operational effectiveness related to AFM roles. The smaller islands see below are uninhabited. The islands of the archipelago lie on the Malta plateau, a shallow shelf formed from the high points of a land bridge between Sicily and North Africa that became isolated as sea levels rose after the last Ice Age. Numerous bays along the indented coastline of the islands provide good harbours.
The landscape consists of low hills with terraced fields. Although there are some small rivers at times of high rainfall, there are no permanent rivers or lakes on Malta. Rain occurs mainly in autumn and winter, with summer being generally dry. Snow is very rare on the island, although various snowfalls have been recorded in the last century, the last one reported in various locations across Malta in Sunshine duration hours total around 3, per year, from an average 5.
According to Eurostat , Malta is composed of two larger urban zones nominally referred to as "Valletta" the main island of Malta and "Gozo". According to Demographia , state [ clarification needed ] is identified as an urban area. Occasionally in the media and official publications Malta is referred to as a city-state. Malta is classified as an advanced economy together with 32 other countries according to the International Monetary Fund IMF.
Once under British control, they came to depend on Malta Dockyard for support of the Royal Navy , especially during the Crimean War of The military base benefited craftsmen and all those who served the military. In , the opening of the Suez Canal gave Malta's economy a great boost, as there was a massive increase in the shipping which entered the port.
However, towards the end of the 19th century the economy began declining, and by the s Malta's economy was in serious crisis.
One factor was the longer range of newer merchant ships that required less frequent refuelling stops. Currently, Malta's major resources are limestone , a favourable geographic location and a productive labour force. Malta produces only about 20 per cent of its food needs, has limited freshwater supplies because of the drought in the summer and has no domestic energy sources, aside from the potential for solar energy from its plentiful sunlight.
The economy is dependent on foreign trade serving as a freight trans-shipment point , manufacturing especially electronics and textiles and tourism. Film production is a growing contributor to the Maltese economy. Malta has served as a "double" for a wide variety of locations and historic periods including Ancient Greece, Ancient and Modern Rome, Iraq, the Middle East and many more.
In preparation for Malta's membership in the European Union , which it joined on 1 May , it privatised some state-controlled firms and liberalised markets. For example, the government announced on 8 January that it was selling its 40 per cent stake in MaltaPost , to complete a privatisation process which has been ongoing for the past five years. In , Malta managed to privatise telecommunications, postal services, shipyards and shipbuilding.
Malta has a financial regulator, the Malta Financial Services Authority MFSA , with a strong business development mindset, and the country has been successful in attracting gaming businesses, aircraft and ship registration, credit-card issuing banking licences and also fund administration. Service providers to these industries, including fiduciary and trustee business, are a core part of the growth strategy of the island.
Malta and Tunisia are currently discussing the commercial exploitation of the continental shelf between their countries, particularly for petroleum exploration. These discussions are also undergoing between Malta and Libya for similar arrangements. Malta does not have a property tax. Its property market, especially around the harbour area, has been in constant boom, with the prices of apartments in some towns like St Julian's, Sliema and Gzira skyrocketing. FinanceMalta is the quasi-governmental organisation tasked with marketing and educating business leaders in coming to Malta and runs seminars and events around the world highlighting the emerging strength of Malta as a jurisdiction for banking and finance and insurance.
Traffic in Malta drives on the left. Car ownership in Malta is exceedingly high, considering the very small size of the islands; it is the fourth-highest in the European Union. Buses xarabank or karozza tal-linja are the primary method of public transport. Established in , they operated in the Maltese islands up to and became popular tourist attractions in their own right.
The bus service underwent an extensive reform in July The management structure changed from having self-employed drivers driving their own vehicles to a service being offered by a single company through a public tender in Gozo, being considered as a small network, the service was given through direct order. It also operated two smaller buses for an intra- Valletta route only and 61 nine-metre buses, which were used to ease congestion on high density routes. Overall Arriva Malta operated buses.
On 1 January Arriva ceased operations in Malta due to financial difficulties, having been nationalised as Malta Public Transport by the Maltese government, with a new bus operator planned to take over their operations in the near future. With lower fares than the walk-on rate, it can be topped up online. The card was initially not well received, as reported by several local news sites. From to Malta had a railway line that connected Valletta to the army barracks at Mtarfa via Mdina and a number of towns and villages.
The railway fell into disuse and eventually closed altogether, following the introduction of electric trams and buses. The ferry makes numerous runs each day. It is built on the land formerly occupied by the RAF Luqa air base. A heliport is also located there, but the scheduled service to Gozo ceased in The heliport in Gozo is at Xewkija. This museum preserves several aircraft, including Hurricane and Spitfire fighters that defended the island in the Second World War.
The owners of Air Malta are the Government of Malta 98 per cent and private investors 2 percent. Air Malta employs 1, staff.
It has a 25 per cent shareholding in Medavia. It also has a codeshare agreement with Qantas covering three routes. In September , Air Malta made two agreements with Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways by which Air Malta wet-leased two Airbus aircraft to Etihad Airways for the winter period starting 1 September , and provided operational support on another Airbus A aircraft which it leased to Etihad Airways.
Telephone and cellular subscribers' numbers have eight digits. There are no area codes in Malta, but after inception, the original first two numbers, and currently the 3rd and 4th digit, were assigned according to the locality. Fixed line telephone numbers have the prefix 21 and 27, although businesses may have numbers starting 22 or Mobile telephone numbers have the prefix 77, 79, 98 or Malta has produced collectors' coins with face value ranging from 10 to 50 euro. These coins continue an existing national practice of minting of silver and gold commemorative coins.
Unlike normal issues, these coins are not accepted in all the eurozone. From until introduction of the Euro in , the currency was the Maltese lira , which had replaced the Maltese pound.
The pound replaced the Maltese scudo in Malta is a popular tourist destination, with 1. Tourism infrastructure has increased dramatically over the years and a number of hotels are present on the island, although overdevelopment and the destruction of traditional housing is of growing concern.
An increasing number of Maltese now travel abroad on holiday. In recent years, Malta has advertised itself as a medical tourism destination,  and a number of health tourism providers are developing the industry. However, no Maltese hospital has undergone independent international healthcare accreditation. Malta is popular with British medical tourists,  pointing Maltese hospitals towards seeking UK-sourced accreditation, such as with the Trent Accreditation Scheme.
Malta conducts a census of population and housing every ten years. The census held in November counted an estimated 96 per cent of the population. Native Maltese people make up the majority of the island. However, there are minorities, the largest of which are Britons , many of whom are retirees. The only census year showing a fall in population was that of , with a 1. All censuses since have shown a slight excess of females over males.
The and censuses came closest to recording a balance. The highest female-to-male ratio was reached in The census showed a The birth rate stood at a decrease of The population's age composition is similar to the age structure prevalent in the EU. Since there was observed a trend indicating an ageing population, and is expected to continue in the foreseeable future. Malta's old-age-dependency-ratio rose from Malta's old-age-dependency-ratio is expected to continue rising steadily in the coming years.
Maltese legislation recognises both civil and canonical ecclesiastical marriages. Annulments by the ecclesiastical and civil courts are unrelated and are not necessarily mutually endorsed. Malta voted in favour of divorce legislation in a referendum held on 28 May A person must be 16 to marry. There is a constant trend that females are more likely than males to marry young. In there were 51 brides aged between 16 and 19, compared to 8 grooms.
At the end of the population of the Maltese Islands stood at , and is expected to reach , by At the moment, [ when? The total fertility rate TFR as of [update] was estimated at 1. The Maltese language Maltese: Malti is one of the two constitutional languages of Malta, having become official, however, only in , and being considered as the national language.
Previously, Sicilian was the official and cultural language of Malta from the 12th century, and Tuscan dialect of Italian from the 16th century. Alongside Maltese, English is also an official language of the country and hence the laws of the land are enacted both in Maltese and English. However, article 74 of the Constitution states that " Maltese is a Semitic language descended from the now defunct Sicilian-Arabic Siculo-Arabic dialect from southern Italy that developed during the Emirate of Sicily.
Maltese has a Semitic base with substantial borrowing from Sicilian , Italian, a little French, and more recently and increasingly, English. The language includes different dialects that can vary greatly from one town to another or from one island to another. Also, 88 per cent of the population speak English, 66 per cent speak Italian, and 17 per cent speak French.
A study collecting public opinion on what language was "preferred" discovered that 86 per cent of the population express a preference for Maltese, 12 per cent for English, and 2 per cent for Italian. Religion in Malta . The predominant religion in Malta is Catholicism.
The second article of the Constitution of Malta establishes Catholicism as the state religion and it is also reflected in various elements of Maltese culture , although entrenched provisions for the freedom of religion are made. There are more than churches in Malta, Gozo and Comino, or one church for every 1, residents. The parish church Maltese: This civic pride manifests itself in spectacular fashion during the local village festas , which mark the day of the patron saint of each parish with marching bands, religious processions, special Masses , fireworks especially petards and other festivities.
Paul , on his way from Jerusalem to Rome to face trial, was shipwrecked on the island of "Melite", which many Bible scholars identify with Malta, an episode dated around AD Paul spent three months on the island on his way to Rome, curing the sick including the father of Publius, the "chief man of the island". Various traditions are associated with this account. The shipwreck is said to have occurred in the place today known as St Paul's Bay.
The Maltese saint, Saint Publius is said to have been made Malta's first bishop and a grotto in Rabat , now known as "St Paul's Grotto" and in the vicinity of which evidence of Christian burials and rituals from the 3rd century AD has been found , is among the earliest known places of Christian worship on the island.
Further evidence of Christian practices and beliefs during the period of Roman persecution appears in catacombs that lie beneath various sites around Malta, including St Paul's Catacombs and St Agatha's Catacombs in Rabat, just outside the walls of Mdina.
The latter, in particular, were beautifully frescoed between and , although marauding Turks defaced many of them in the s. Luke painted a picture of the Madonna. It has been a place of pilgrimage since medieval times.
The last recorded Bishop of Malta before the invasion of the islands was a Greek named Manas, who was subsequently incarcerated at Palermo. Maltese historian Giovanni Francesco Abela states that following their conversion to Christianity at the hand of St. Paul , the Maltese retained their Christian religion, despite the Fatimid invasion. Since all bishops of Malta have been Maltese. As a result of the Norman and Spanish periods, and the rule of the Knights, Malta became the devout Catholic nation that it is today.
It is worth noting that the Office of the Inquisitor of Malta had a very long tenure on the island following its establishment in During the period of the Republic of Venice , several Maltese families emigrated to Corfu.
Their descendants account for about two-thirds of the community of some 4, Catholics that now live on that island. Publius Malta's first acknowledged saint canonised in the year Most congregants of the local Protestant churches are not Maltese; their congregations draw on the many British retirees living in the country and vacationers from many other nations.
There are approximately Jehovah's Witnesses. There are also some churches of other denominations, including St. A New Apostolic Church congregation was founded in in Gwardamangia. In , Malta and Sicily came under Aragonese rule and the Alhambra Decree of forced all Jews to leave the country, permitting them to take with them only a few of their belongings. Several dozen Maltese Jews may have converted to Christianity at the time to remain in the country.
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Music is a mix of now and back to the Eighties and Nineties. There is usually a resident DJ although special events see invited artists. It also closes now and then for private events. Level 22, Portomaso Tower, Portomaso Getting there: It appeals to a slightly older clientele than the more teenage club Hugo's Passion downstairs — though older here only means early twenties.
On the ground floor of the same building is Hugo's Lounge, a sushi restaurant and cocktail bar with a chilled-out ambience which can complement Shadow well. St George's Road, Paceville Getting there: This large nightclub in the heart of Malta's clubland Paceville has six bars and two dance floors, and people dance over much of the rest of it as well.
At the weekend, there is an additional club-within-a-club, Flashback, dedicated to music of the Seventies, Eighties and early Nineties. Unsurprisingly, this brings in an older clientele. The walls are concrete painted as stone.
If you are in a group and want a VIP table, you need to book. Otherwise it isn't necessary. A great place for continental breakfast, an aperitif before dinner or a nightcap after. There is no need to book for drinks, but if there are more than a few of you for a meal, booking is recommended. Kitchen closes each night at 10pm Prices: Get there early for one of the pink velvet armchairs in the alley outside. There are photos of said sailors on the walls, along with colourful film posters and a model gallerija typical Maltese wooden balcony hung with ladies' underwear.
Strait Street used to be known as 'The Gut' and was full of sailors' bars. After the Royal Navy left Malta, the area fell into dereliction. Tico Tico also serves food. A whisky list of over seventy varieties is this bar's USP, but plenty of other drinks are available too. Ideal for a post-dinner drink, The Whisky Bar can get very crowded late on Friday and Saturday nights. Strait Street, Valletta Getting there:
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