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Undoubtedly Floriana is a “Heaven of Gardens” since it possesses the largest number of public gardens on the island spread throughout this suburb. However Floriana has a lot more to offer. After the success of the previous years, this year there is going to be the 8th edition of “Ġenna ta’ Ġonna” (Heaven of Gardens)

In collaboration with various organisations within Floriana, on Sunday 14th October you will be able to visit all gardens, museums, historical buildings and other places of interest in their locality. In most places there is even going to be guided tours.

Amongst the attractions there is going to be old manuscripts and mummified bodies of priests under the Cappuccin convent. Also not to be missed is the opportunity to go up the bell tower of St. Pubius Parish Church. Explore the secret gardens within the bastions and works of art under the arches on St. Anne’s Street, and enjoy scenes that only Floriana can offer. Some scenes that only a handful of people do appreciate during the day.

We urge that you keep Sunday 14th October 2018 free so you get to know how beautiful and rich Floriana is in its story, art and environment.

More activities shall be announced in the coming days, and for more information you may contact the Floriana Local Council on 21235523 or via email floriana.lc@gov.mt.

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