Tag Archives: Study in Malta

Top 10 Densely Populated Countries in The World

If many people live together in a small area, then a country is densely populated. It is striking that especially the small countries are densely populated. Not surprisingly, this small area contains a relatively large amount of built-up (urban) area. On the list of most densely populated countries, the Netherlands is number 16, with a density of 418 people per… Read More »

Top 10 Smallest Countries in the World

There are no fewer than 196 countries around the world. Some of them are unprecedentedly large, but there are also countless small countries to be found. These countries are all smaller than 400 square kilometers, while the Netherlands has a size of more than 41,000 square kilometers. Are you curious which countries have this cozy format? You can read it… Read More »

Top 10 Most Environmentally Friendly Countries in the World

Sustainability is becoming increasingly important. All kinds of countries are doing their best to do their bit when it comes to environmental friendliness. This is not only good for the future of the earth, but also ensures a healthy and pleasant living environment. Are you curious which countries are doing their best to be environmentally friendly? You can read… Read More »

Top 10 Smallest Countries in Europe

Europe is a beautiful continent with 51 different countries. Where large countries such as Spain, France and Italy are known to everyone, there are also a number of smaller countries in Europe. Here you will discover the top 10 smallest countries in Europe. Check aparentingblog for list of Europe’s largest countries by population. 10. Montenegro – 13,812 square… Read More »

Malta Religion, Geography, Politics and Population

Religion in Malta 98% of the Maltese are staunch Catholics, there are practically no atheists among the locals. In the 60s AD. St. Paul himself brought Christianity to Malta, after which no one was able to shake these foundations. Even the Muslim Arabs, who have ruled the islands for over two centuries, have not made… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Mdina, Malta

The climate of Mdina According to shopareview, Mdina is the smallest independent municipality of Malta and the former capital of the island. The village is located in the central part of the island, not far from the city of Rabat. The place where Mdina can now be found has been inhabited for many centuries, the… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Marsaxlokk, Malta

The climate of Marsaxlokk According to citypopulationreview, the village of Marsaxlokk can be found in the southeast of the island of Malta, on a beautiful horseshoe-shaped bay. The village is built around the bay, which is full of the typical small colored Maltese fishing boats. You have the best view of the boats from the… Read More »

Malta Culture of Business

Subchapters: Introduction Addressing Business Meeting Communication Recommendations Public Holidays Introduction Maltese people are friendly and polite, and although they prefer to build an atmosphere of trust before starting business negotiations, they tend to be informal. The Maltese are proud of their tolerant culture, customs and traditions and live in a traditional European style. The habits… Read More »

Malta Basic Information

Basic data Capital Valletta Population 51,000 Language Maltese, English Religion catholic State system parliamentary republic Head of State George Vella Head of government Robert Abela Currency name euro Travel Time shift – Economy 2021 Nominal GDP (billion USD) 24.2 Economic growth (%) 5.3 Inflation (%) 0.7 Unemployment (%) 3.6 The Republic of Malta is located… Read More »

Malta Under British Rule

The best known episode is that of the so-called “uprising of the priests”, led by the priest Gaetano Mannarino in 1775. The conspirators were surprised and severely punished. Another liberal conspiracy (led by Michele Vassalli), in which some French dignitary of the Order was involved, was discovered in 1797. For Malta 1997, please check aristmarketing.com. The… Read More »

Malta Prehistory

The stone civilization had magnificent manifestations in Malta. The beauty and abundance of Neolithic monuments give the island a first-rate importance in European prehistory. Few but sure are the traces of the Paleolithic period, attested by human teeth and by bones of mammals of geological age prior to ours, found in the cave of Ghar… Read More »

Malta Morphology and Climate

The archipelago of Malta consists of the two major islands Malta and Gozo, the interpost Comino, with the nearby Cominotto, and some minor islets, among which Filfola, south of the major island, is considered as the southernmost strip of Italy. The archipelago rises between 35 ° 48 ‘and 36 ° 5’ lat. N. and between… Read More »

Malta Modern History

Starting from the second half of the 13th century, Malta was ethnographically renewed by external and especially Italian contributions, which merged into a distinctly Sicilian complex. What remained was the Arabic dialect that the subsequent immigrants had to learn and contributed to modify, as will be said, in the phonetics, in the syntax and, moreover,… Read More »

Malta Literature in Italian Language

The brief mention above of the political history of the Maltese islands proves that the XIIIXIV centuries were a period of ethnic and therefore also cultural formation of mainly Latin and Italian origin; then there were the first affirmations of the vernacular, while the cultural tradition of the Latin language was maintained with the work… Read More »

Malta in the Late 20th Century

After the victory in the political elections of 1976, the Labor government established a strong convergence with the trade unions, while some measures were taken to regulate the economy. In foreign policy, after the withdrawal of the British military forces, according to the 1972 agreements, in March 1979, Malta confirmed his position of neutrality. Relations… Read More »

Malta Flora and Fauna

Flora and vegetation. – In the marine flora of the vicinity of the island the following algae can be remembered: Porphyra laciniata, Codium tomentosum, Padina pavonia (very common), Ulva latissima, Haliseris polypodioides, Sargassum bacciferum probably of Atlantic origin. The Zostera marina is abundant in the muddy coves near the coast. With regard to the terrestrial… Read More »

Malta During World War II

According to an assessment of December 31, 1946, the population rises to 295,247 residents Official languages ​​are English and Maltese, the latter introduced in 1934 to replace the Italian one. The constitution of 1939 had deprived the island of all autonomy. But the admiration aroused in England by the value and the spirit of sacrifice… Read More »

Malta Dialect and Literature

The dialect of Malta is an Arabic dialect that can be classified among the North African North African dialects. It has phonetic, morphological and syntactic peculiarities that can be explained by the particular evolution it has had and with the environment in which it has been handed down. Phonetically its characteristics with respect to other… Read More »

Malta Demography

The Maltese archipelago is one of the most densely populated areas in the Mediterranean basin. In the early Middle Ages the population of Malta was around 9000 residents; this must have been in 1240, the date of a report by Gilberto to Frederick II (see below: History). It was probably less than that figure in… Read More »

Malta Brief History

From the Phoenicians to the British. Colonized by the Phoenicians, then by the Carthaginians, Malta was influenced by the Greeks of Sicily. The Romans conquered it in 218 BC, uniting it with the province of Sicily. In the 4th century. AD it was attributed to the Eastern Empire; prey of the vandals and then of… Read More »

Malta Archaeology Between 1960 and 1974

The archaeological activity on the island of Malta in the fifteen years 1960-74 has brought a notable increase in knowledge both for the prehistoric and for the historical phases. For prehistoric times, the Anglo-Maltese excavations at Skorba have changed the traditional chronology of the various island phases: Skorba itself has given its name to a… Read More »

Malta Archaeology

New archaeological research and analytical insights on data known for some time have allowed fundamental advances in knowledge of Malta’s antiquities in the last decade. As regards the prehistoric phase, the activity of the Italian mission of the Camuno Center for prehistoric studies should be noted which, between 1985 and 1987, achieved results of considerable… Read More »

Malta During the Second World War

At the beginning of July 1940 the English fleet H (Adm. Somerville) moved from Gibraltar to escort to Malta, and deliver it to the Eastern Mediterranean fleet under the command of Adm. A. Cunningham, a large convoy with very precious cargo for the defense of Alexandria. On that occasion the minesweepers of Malta managed to… Read More »

Malta Arts

It has already been said (see above: Prehistory) of the monumental remains left in Malta by the Neolithic civilization. Of Roman Malta, Cicero, in the Verrines, remembers the sanctuary of Juno, rich in ex-votos. Epigraphic texts also mention a temple of Apollo. The materials of Melita and the other Roman city on the island of… Read More »

Malta Geography, Population, Economy and Language

Malta Island state in southern Europe. Its territory, an archipelago extending for about 50 km from NW to SE and made up of two major islands (Malta, 245.7 km 2 and Gozo, 67.1 km 2) and three other islets (Comino, Cominotto and Filfola), is located in the center of the Mediterranean, on the Sicilian continental… Read More »

Malta Economic Conditions

The very special function to which the group of these islands is called due to its position and current political relevance, decisively influences their economic activity, animating their transit trade, which is very lively at all times; but also agricultural practices have found ample development there, despite the very unfavorable natural conditions (scarcity of arable… Read More »

Malta Demographics 2014

Demography and economic geography. – Southern European island state. The population (430,146 residents, According to an estimate by UNDESA, United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, of 2014), 93% urban, is made up of Maltese and some minorities, including the British. Population growth is fairly stable (0.3% per year from 2005 to 2015), with… Read More »

Malta Demographics 2005

HUMAN AND ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY Southern European island state. The 92 % urban population (378,132 at the 1995 census ; 402,000 at the 2005 estimate) is made up of Maltese (93.8 %) and some minorities, including the British. The capital Valletta (7170 residents in 2004) is an integral part of an urban-port conurbation of over 200,000… Read More »

Malta Demographics 1998

HUMAN AND ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY Island state located in the center of the Mediterranean, south of Sicily. The territory, made up of the permanently inhabited islands of Malta, Comino and Gozo, and other smaller islands, measures 316 km ² ; the climate is typically Mediterranean. The population (384. 000 residents, According to an estimate of 1998)… Read More »

Malta Demographics 1991

In 1985, 345,518 residents were registered; a 1991 estimate raised the state’s population to 355,910. The migratory movement is, on the whole, rather contained and continues to register negative balances, but not such as to exceed and cancel, as in the recent past, the contribution of natural growth. Therefore, during the second half of the… Read More »