The island of Malta has no rivers, lakes, no natural resources and few trees. Their crops include potatoes, onions and carob. The seaport of Valletta was a pleasant surprise. The town was much prettier than expected.  The ruins in the area contain some of the world's oldest stone monuments. 
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Picture of a reconstruction of the prehistoric temple of Hagar Qim. From 2800 BC.

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Our guide was very good. He grew up in the area near the Temple.

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Interesting, but what is it?

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A room.

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For grinding grain, etc.

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Detail of a rock wall around the site.

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