he Maltese islands have the highest density of World Heritage Sites per square kilometre anywhere in the world.
The Megalithic Temples – the oldest free- standing structures in the world, the Hal-Saflieni Hypogeum – an underground cemetery, and the City of Valletta – a fortified city of Baroque masterpieces.
The publication World Heritage Sites in Malta 360° is a tribute to the past generation that have left such a vast patrimony for our appreciation and enjoyment today and that of future generations.
Malta’s three World Heritage inscriptions have been beautifully photographed with fold-out panoramic shots up to 2 metres wide.
Elegant large size volume, hardbound with laminated jacket and hand-made slip-case.