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Title: Concluding address
Other Titles: Gozo and its culture
Authors: Tabone, Anton
Keywords: Gozo (Malta) -- History
Group identity -- Malta -- Gozo
Issue Date: 1995
Publisher: Eburon Publishers
Citation: Tabone, A. (1995). Concluding address. In L. Briguglio & J. Bezzina (Eds.), Gozo and its culture (pp. 157-159). Gozo: Formatek Ltd.
Abstract: "One of Gozo's major assets is its culture. Gozo has its own distinct identity, its special character, its special development potential, and its special interests." I could not think of more appropriate words to close this seminar than this succinct, significant excerpt from the Acting President's address delivered on the 9 July 1987 outlining the Government's policy and programme, when he was inaugurating the sixth Legislature of independent Malta. The history of Gozo goes back thousands of years. Its prehistoric sequence is in line not only with that of Malta, but also with those of Sicily and other areas of Europe and North Africa. Then again with the advent of history, Gozo shared practically the same vicissitudes which the main island of Malta went through.
ISBN: 9990949026
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