Herrera said that 90% of the tourists that visit Malta, go to Valletta. He remarked that Valletta was dependent on tourism.
The app will include information about the buildings and history of the area in five different languages. It will also include the possibility of taking pictures and selfies in an environment inspired by the past as well as an underwater experience, among other features. Sites which will be featured include the Auberge de Baviere, Auberge d’Aragon and House of Catalunya, the Basilica of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Fort St Elmo, the bastions and the Manderaggio zone, among others.
The authority justified the permit saying that area is characterised with similar commercial buildings, with a height that varies between three and six floors.
Speaking to Newsbook.com.mt, the man told this newsroom that he owns a tool shop where they sell dust masks. Asked why he felt that he had to come to Valletta entrance, the man explained that upon hearing on the news that there no masks on the market, he seized the opportunity to sell the dust masks he had in stock.
The incident happened late on Tuesday morning.
On Sunday 10th November from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm, Heritage Malta, in collaboration with Battlefront Re-enactment Group, is commemorating two important events – the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of the Second World War and the 101 anniversary of Remembrance Day 11/11/1918 at Fort St Elmo and the National War Museum in Valletta.
The 'Ballu Tritoni' will once again be taking place in the Tritons Square in Valletta as part of Carnival celebration in Malta tomorrow 2nd...