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|The De Redin towers are a series of small fortified watch towers on the island of Malta. |
They were built by the Knights of Malta.
Thirteen were built under the auspices of Grand Master Fra Martin de Redin. Though they are usually known as De Redin towers, towers to a similar design were built under his predecessor Grand Master Fra Juan de Lascaris-Castellar.
|In Google Earth, Malta is not very detailed. this file is a simple detailed overlay of Malta International Airport. I guess it's the first place some one coming to the Maltese islands would want to visit. at least this part of Malta should be a bit more clear to see. P.S. Can you please add Malta to your country list, Thanks.||01/30/2006||682|
|One of the best ports I ever visited and quite an interesting place peopled since Neolithic times. |
St. Paul was ship wrecked on Malta. Later it became home to the Knights Hospitalers.
It has a history that dreams are made of...
(Just google Bogart and Malta)
|In the mid 17th century the Hospitallers continued on this line of building new towers. In fact from 1636 to 1657 Grand Master Lascaris paid for the building of another seven towers. |
These were Lippija Tower in Gnejna Bay, Fra Ben Tower in Qawra, Ghajn Tuffieha Tower in Ghajn Tuffieha, St. Georgeís Bay Tower in St. Georgeís Bay, Nadur Tower in Bingemma, Wied iz-Zurrieq Tower in Zurrieq ...
|Nice coastal slogan at the coast of Malta. it is only visible from this perspective, but not from the ground itself!||04/28/2006||609|
|Some POIs on Malta incl. photos, opening times, and some more information to help you plan your vacation||11/17/2008||787|
|This medieval tower, a fantastic honey-coloured combination of Western and Arab architecture, was built for the Knights of Malta in 1410.||10/12/2006||587|
|Mamo Tower is a fortification on the island of Malta. It stands on rising ground above St Thomas Bay on the east shore of Malta. It was built by the Mamo family in 1657, as a fortified residence. In 1940 it was requisitioned by the British Military, and used as a Regional Headquarters. In support of this role, a Pillbox was constructed on the roof. After World War Two it was again a private hou...||10/12/2006||602|
|Malta International Airport (IATA: MLA, ICAO: LMML), still referred to by locals as Luqa Airport, is located between Luqa and Gudja in Malta. It occupies the location of the former RAF Luqa. The completely re-furbished airport became fully operational on March 25, 1992.|
While most other airports serve large cities, Malta International Airport (MLA) serves the whole Maltese Archip...
|The Two Towers are among the city's most recognisable landmarks. In the 12th and 13th centuries, the noble families of Bologna raised over 100 towers across the city. Of the 20 that survive today, the Asinelli and the Garisenda towers are Bologna's most famous and they situated at the end of Via Rizzoli. email@example.com|
DOES NOT WORK WITH GE3!
|The collection of the worlds 50 tallest towers. Measured in Meters and Feet. An interesting view for all TV Tower Junkies out there. If you are also a fan of skyscraperpage.com, this is my source you will really enjoy this collection. I am currently working on the top50. collected by Calenglinnar|
The 25 tallest towers in the world. New: This time with exact ...
|The Twin towers are situated in the left side of the central boulevard of Tirana. They are called Twin Towers by the people.||05/11/2006||673|