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Title: Verdala Castle (part four)
Authors: Micallef, Denise
Keywords: Malta -- History -- British occupation, 1800-1964
Verdala Palace (Siggiewi, Malta) -- Description and travel
Verdala Palace (Siggiewi, Malta) -- History
Architecture -- Malta
Legends -- Malta
Folklore -- Malta
Issue Date: 1987
Publisher: Gulf Publishing Ltd.
Citation: Micallef, D. (1987). Verdala Castle (part four). Civilization, 31, 865-868.
Abstract: Behind a medium side glass on the right after a short flight of steps, one finds a fairly large room with a fan light overlooking the north and two sharp high steps lead to what looks like a wash room. What kindles the second floor into a metaphorical or historical legend is that these are the "Blue Lady's Quarters". Today they are almost empty and uninhabited. The walls are painted in dark wedgewood blue, and the atmosphere is light and draws no sympathy to this lady's suffering.
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