"A peaceful island just north of Malta, perfect for tranquility and getting away from life's stresses... Home to Malta's cultural and traditional buildings, Mdina is the a sight-seeing paradise..."
Mdina, also referred to as Malta’s “Silent City” and “Noble City”, acted as the island’s capital from antiquity until the Medieval period when Valletta took on the mantle, and can trace its history back around 4,000 years. It is also said that the Apostle St Paul took refuge in Mdina after being shipwrecked on the islands. Mdina is considered by many to be one of Europe’s finest examples of an ancient walled city. With its timeless atmosphere and architectural and archaeological treasures, Mdina is one of Malta’s most revered attractions.
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