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The square with many variations, Pjazza San Ġorġ, Misrah San Gorg, Palace Square and St. George Square. The favourite thing in the square was the ornate Grandmaster’s Palace portal.
The 16th century Grandmaster’s Palace façade, with two portals takes up a good slice of the...More
Typical Square with water fountains... The fountains were the delight of children, who were running around, splashing, laughing and making the delight of the ones that passed by. It gave the place a happy vibe...
Nice square, interestingly decorated. The fountain whose falls come out of the ground. Equally interesting to children and the elderly.
The square has a width, brightness. Enough bench and space for rest.
This square made me look twice. We had turned the corner on Republic Street heading away from the Square, but the power of the piazza pull me and I turned around to comment on it. I immediately knew it was important although I didn't know...More
The square is fairly basic but there are a number of historic buildings and some statues. There is a fountain system in the center, when I crossed, it was more a case of water bubbling than water jets. Nearby there is a glass panel insert...More