Category Archives: Zejtun

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Discovering Bisqallin

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On Sunday 25th March, Wirt iż-Żejtun held its first cultural walk this year which was a repetition of last years tour but this time conducted in English.   In all we had a group of almost sixty people who met … Continue reading

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Gużeppi Mercieca (Grelles) – An Appreciation

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Gużeppi Mercieca commonly known at Zejtun as Gużeppi Grelles, the short and handsome old man playing the accordian in folkloristic activities and enternaining social events for elderly people has left us  and joined the angles in heaven earlier this week. … Continue reading

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The Mechanical Crib at Zejtun

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His Grace Bishop Emmanuel Galea, then director of this Institute and Orphanage for hundreds of bereaved children, had the idea of constructing a sizeable crib, reminiscent of the Nativity of the Child Jesus.  Built in 1947, after several weeks of … Continue reading

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In Remembrance

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On Sunday 20th November, Wirt iż-Żejtun organised an activity in remembrance of those people who through their work, talent or activity had contributed to the historical achievements of iż-Żejtun and its community. The activity started by a mass in remembrance of the souls of … Continue reading

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maltain360.com

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In the past days, Wirt iż-Żejtun was contacted by the producers of the website http://www.maltain360.com who requested assistance to idenitify historic places in Zejtun which can be photographed and displayed on thier website. Wirt iż-Żejtun started its collaboration by taking the producers … Continue reading

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Touring Luqa Briffa Garden

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On Friday the 29th July Wirt iz-Zejtun organised a cultural event which took us to Luqa Briffa Garden or as is commonly know “Il-Ġnien tal-Kmand”. The event started with an informative presentation by Dr Malcolm Borg on the history of this garden … Continue reading