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Farewell to ‘The Azure Window’

    Wednesday 8th March marked the tragic day that Gozo’s Iconic Azure Window collapsed into the sea. The people of Malta and…
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Turning Japanese!

Today we were treated to a Japanese Cultural Event by a group of our students from Kyoto High School in Japan. ESE students…
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It’s Carnival Time!

Friday 24th February marked the start of Carnival in Malta and to celebrate ESE organised it’s very own Carnival Masquerade Party! With Carnival…
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‘Kewkba’- The Star

All about the guy behind the light   Last Saturday was the day the whole of Malta, 92% of the households to be…
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‘Love is in the air’

Known as the most romantic day of the year, Valentine’s Day is a day for people to express their feelings of love and…
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6 Fast facts about Malta

1 – Who occupied Malta over the years? Malta had a number of different rulers over the years, in fact the country was…
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The beheading of St. John the Baptist by Caravaggio

The beheading of St John the Baptist by Caravaggio, St John’s Co-Cathedral Valletta, Malta The most recognised painting, by the most famous artist…
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Top 3 Christmas traditions in Malta

Ho! Ho! Ho! – It’s Christmas! A time when millions of people around the globe celebrate this holy feast with family gatherings, by…
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Proverbs

I have nurtured a wish for some time now to learn something more about proverbs. These words have come up in the course…
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Calendar of Events in Malta – What’s on in Winter.

19th November – 9th December MALTA INTERNATIONAL ORGAN FESTIVAL – around Malta Undoubtedly, one of the largest events during this time of the…
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