Tag: Restoration

Ceiling paintings restoration completed in Rabat Minor Basilica

The ceiling paintings restoration in St. Paul's Minor Basilica in Rabat has been completed.

Conservation project of 17,000 notarial documents underway

An investment of almost €5 million.

Restoration on Comino titular painting finalised

Another restoration and conservation project supported by Bank of Valletta was concluded over the past days.

€7.6m for Cottonera restoration projects

These projects will be carried out by the Cottonera Foundation and the Restoration Directorate.

Watch: Main Guard restoration progressing at a steady pace

Now that the Main Guard building has been almost vacated, the delicate restoration process within Valletta’s Main Guard has reached an important stage, with Heritage Malta’s experts being able to double down on the necessary works to open the site to the public.

Photos: The Old Church in Birkirkara set for restoration

Agreement signed by Archdiocese and Restoration Directorate

Watch: Extensive restoration works at the Grand Master’s Palace

The project, with a total investment of €28 million, €10 million of which are co-funded via the ERDF, aims to comprehensively carry out an extensive restoration program of the entire palace and to render most areas of the palace accessible to the public.

Restored Grand Masters’ Crypt at St John’s Co-Cathedral officially opened

The inauguration and official opening of the Grand Masters’ Crypt was held on Tuesday 3rd March 2020, at St John’s Co-Cathedral, Valletta.

Restoration of St Paul’s Church Marouflage ceiling completed

The small church dedicated to St Paul in Valley Road Birkirkara had the marouflage painted ceiling by Prof Giuseppe Briffa and decorations extensively conserved and restored through Bank of Valletta’s support. The restored ceiling was inaugurated on the 21st January.

Another phase of Żejtun parish church facade restoration completed

The north facing facade of Żejtun Parish Church was the best preserved since it is the least exposed to wetting and drying cycles. However it was covered in moss and lichens which were removed during the works.