Malta - Part II
While in Malta we rented a car and set off to explore Mosta, Mdina, and Hagar Qim. Mosta is within a half-hour drive of Valletta and has a church with a spectacular dome. During WW II the church dome was pierced by a bomb, but thankfully the bomb did not go off as their were 300 parishioners inside at the time.
Mdina is a hill-top fortified town that has been a center of defence in Malta for more than a thousand years. Hagar Qim (adge-ar eem) is a megalithic temple located on the South coast of Malta that predates Stonehenge in England.
Mosta Parish Church of St Mary (Mosta Dome)
WW II Bomb that struck the Mosta Dome
Mdina Main Gate
St. Paul's Cathedral
Altar of St. Paul's Cathedral
Views from Mdina
Stones of Hagar Qim