Thursday, 16 June 2011
It is great to receive such mail in the post!! A big thank you to the teachers and students of St. Edward's College who visited Valletta Living History earlier this week!
Tuesday, 14 June 2011
In order to commemorate the 1st anniversary from the launching of Valletta Living History, Education, Employment and Family Minister, the Hon. Dolores Crisitina visited the attraction at the Embassy Complex in Valletta.
Valletta Living History is a 35 minute audiovisual show, filmed and screened in high definition. The show, available in eight languages is a docudrama depicting the history, culture and lifestyle of Malta and the Maltese.
On this occasion students from St. Edward’s Collage and Stella Maris Collage were invited to view the show.
Minister Cristina highlighted the importance of understanding our heritage and appreciating the efforts of our forefathers. The students, when asked of their experience by the Minister, all expressed their fascination at the bravery of the Maltese and their pride of such a rich history. She appealed to them to use the summer wisely and take time to visit and appreciate more the history that surrounds Valletta and the rest of the island.
More information about Valletta Living History can be found on www.maltaattraction.com or by calling 27220071.
Photo: Hon. Dolores Cristina Minister of Education flanked by her Private Secretary, Ms. Michelle Mallia and Mr. Michael Soler, Director of Valletta Living History.
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