The Maltese archipelago is known for its rich history, with settlements dating back thousands of years. Due to this, the island’s urban areas are home to a wealth of historic buildings and structures that are of great cultural significance. Malta’s urban conservation areas include several of the country’s most iconic landmarks, such as the cities of Valletta and Mdina. These are protected by law and managed by the Planning Authority. Valletta and Mdina are among the most iconic landmarks, and other areas such as the Three Cities, Rabat, and Żejtun are also rich in history and architecture. Preservation of these areas is vital to maintaining Malta’s cultural identity and promoting sustainable development, as they provide a glimpse into the country’s rich past while preserving its unique character.

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