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Also known as the ‘Silent City’, Malta’s former capital sits majestically on a promontory in the middle of the island. It dominates the skyline with its church domes and thick-walled bastions that house quite a few palaces and Baroque buildings for a city that’s much smaller in size than Valletta. Get all the necessary tourist things done, and walk to the bastions at the edge of town to view half of Malta. Can you spot the Mosta Rotunda we mentioned earlier? Sure you can! Then stick around till evening, when Mdina dons a mysterious aura, a soft glow emanating from the wrought-iron street lamps, infusing the narrow streets’ shadows. 


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