MaltaToday | 31 August 2008

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Heritage Malta monstrosity dwarfs Hagar Qim temple

Hagar Qim, the world heritage site, is being dwarfed by the government’s ‘visitors’ centre’ which should have been built in the Maghlaq quarry in the vicinity of Mnajdra, and not in the car park next to the Hagar Qim temples, MEPA’s own heritage watchdog emphatically stated before the permit was amended in April.


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