About 1000 years before the construction of the Great Pyramid of Cheops in Egypt, the people of the tiny Maltese Archipelago were creating the elaborate megalithic temples that are now the oldest surviving freestanding structures in the world.
Long before the Knights took control of Malta, the islands prime Eastern Mediterranean location had attracted successive waves of conquerors who also left their mark on the tiny country.
The story of Valletta, the diminutive capital of the Maltese Islands, is inextricably tied to the saga of the Knights of the Order of Saint John.
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