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0375 20120720 Mdina Malta Innenstadt
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Mdina ist eine Festungsstadt im Herzen der Mittelmeerinsel Malta mit einer Geschichte, die bis ins Mittelalter zurückreicht. Innerhalb der festungsähnlichen Stadtmauern gibt es nur sehr beschränkten KFZ-Verkehr (nur Lieferverkehr). Deshalb wird der Altstadtkern auch "die stille Stadt" genannt.

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