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Title: The auberges
Keywords: Auberges -- Malta -- Valletta -- History
Historic buildings -- Malta -- Valletta -- History
Valletta (Malta) -- Buildings, structures, etc.
Malta -- History -- Knights of Malta, 1530-1798
Knights of Malta -- Malta -- History
Order of St John -- Malta -- History
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Proximus Publishing
Citation: Vella, C. (Ed.) (2018). The auberges. Taste & Flair, 106, 93-94
Abstract: Four famous views of Valletta came from the hand of a man who quarreled The Knights of the Order of St Jon were housed in auberges according to their nationality, or langue. The original auberges were in Vittoriosa, but when Valletta was built, new auberges were set up there: one for Aragon, Catalonia and Navarre, and one each for Italy, France, Germany, Auvergne, and Provence. Castille and Portugal shared an auberge.
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