在阿拉伯占领9th-11th世纪期间建造的城墙周围的厚墙和宽阔的沟渠将Mdina与其周围的城市拉巴特分开。 为了重现中世纪 气氛, the horse-drawn carriages are waiting for you at the entrance to the city, where you can take a tour of the ancient city.In the “Silent City”, as it is known to the locals, nothing has changed for 350 years. You will be fascinated to wander for hours between the debris walls of golden brick, interrupted instead of small windows with lattices or shutters, flower balconies and lanterns. Here’s how time stays in place, and silence and mystery-filled atmosphere make you want to talk like a whisper.
从拥有华丽建筑的主要街道，每个都有一个独特的 历史, the narrow streets, which sometimes cling to a door behind you, find it hard to believe that there is still life. But there is, even a noble one, for this makes Mdina the more special. Beyond the old walls and separated from the world we know, there are only noble families living in Mdina, 80 of them, that is, almost 300 inhabitants, all descendants of some of the oldest families of noblemen in Malta – Normans, Sicilians and Spaniards, have settled on these lands since the 12th century. In fact, Mdina is also called “The City of the Barons.” With luck, on Sunday mornings at Don Mesquita, you can have your coffee with the barons who chew with the new world by browsing the newspapers.
但经过充满历史的漫步，我们被要求停止一个乡村风格 地中海 午餐，马耳他可以为业余游客提供新的烹饪体验。 虽然传统的菜是兔子炖肉（Fenek），西西里，西班牙和北非的影响为马耳他菜提供了海鲜，橄榄，刺山柑，意大利面，米饭，蒸粗麦粉和丰富的调味品。
我们将前往该岛的南部，在小渔村 马沙斯洛克 在那里，您可以感受到从地中海抽取的鲜鱼的味道。 一旦你到达码头，第一直觉就会明确地移除相机，因为数十种各种蓝色，红色，黄色和白色的船只是这个地方的魅力和吸引力。 HaġarQim的六座寺庙在我们去的路上 蓝洞 ，距离小镇约一公里 基伦迪, we will visit the Haġar Qim archaeological site, a megalithic complex of six temples built in the Neolithic Age around 3600-3200 BC. hr. That makes Haġar Qim one of the oldest religious sites in the world. The complex was uncovered in 1839, and during the archaeological researches many neolithic female statues were found, which shows that here were rituals for fertility, 5000 years ago. “These temples are made of stone blocks so large that only the giants could have built them,” said Giovanni Francesco Abela, a 17th-century Maltese noble. That’s because the largest of these stones weighs seven tons.
But in order to better understand the value of this place, the entrance museum invites you to a small cinema hall that offers a 4D reconstruction of the temple story, from present to prehistoric times, where you will feel even the storms on your skin who have stumbled over these proofs of ancient civilizations buried for millennia. Nature’s show is in the Blue Grotto A kilometer further south, we meet one of Malta‘s most famous tourist attractions – the Blue Grotto, the place where the electric blue of the water leaves you hypnotized. The small Qrendi pier in the cliff offers boat trips to the seven spectacular watersheds for 6 pounds. Although the caves are themselves a natural wonder, the true beauty of the place is revealed in sunny and sunny days, beyond the rocky arcade of 42 meters high. Then magic is happening and you have the chance to see a unique phenomenon – the blue sky is reflected in the white sand beneath the caves, resulting in colored waters in vibrant cobalt and azure shades. In addition, the walls of the caves mirror the orange, purple and green colors of the underwater flora, providing a light and color show.
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