In the 19th century, several villas were built in St. Paul's Bay. These were requisitioned by the British military in World War II and the bay became a rest camp. After the Italian armistice of 1943, 76 ships of the Regia Marina were anchored at St. Paul's Bay after surrendering to the British. After the war, the area began to be further developed.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This is a list of monuments in St. Paul's Bay, Malta, which are listed on the National Inventory of the Cultural Property of the Maltese Islands.Name of objectLocationCoordinatesIDTriq San Pawl Milqi, Burmarrad00014Xemxija prehistoric tombsTriq il-Preistorja, Xemxija00028Triq San Ġiraldu / Triq San Franġisk00055Triq id-Dolmen, Buġibba (backyard of ...00056
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St. Paul's Bay (português: Baía de São Paulo) (em maltês: San Pawl il-Baħar, em italiano: Baia di San Paolo) é uma povoação da ilha de Malta em Malta.Trata-se do local mais populoso do país.
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St. Paul's Bay Saint Paul's Bay, dalším jménem San Pawl il-Baħar, je město v severním distriktu státu Malta. Je situován šestnáct kilometrů severozápadně od hlavního města Valletty. Saint Paul's Bay je největším městem v severním regionu a sídlem jeho Regionálního výboru.
St. Paul's Bay adalah salah satu dewan lokal di Malta.Menurut sensus 2014, St. Paul's Bay memiliki luas 14,47 kilometer persegi dan populasi 21.046 jiwa. Kode ISO 3166-2 daerah ini adalah MT-51.
- 14,47 km² (559 sq mi)
St Paul's Island, also known as Selmunett, is a small island off Selmun near the north-east of the main island of Malta. St Paul's Island is sometimes split into two islands by a shallow isthmus, and it is therefore sometimes referred to in the plural as St Paul's Islands. St Paul's Island has been uninhabited since World War II, and it is the second largest uninhabited island of Malta, having an area of 0.1 square kilometres.
The Acts of the Apostles tell the story of how Paul the Apostle was shipwrecked on an island which Chapter 28 identifies as Malta while on his way to Rome to face charges. Traditionally, St. Paul's Bay and St Paul's Island are identified as the location for this shipwreck. However, given the prevalent North Easterly winds and the sandbar and sandy beach mentioned in the bible it is more likely the actual shipwreck took place at the area known as il Munxar which has a submerged reef and a sandy b
Saint Paul's Islands lie about 80 metres off the coast of Mellieħa, Malta. The island can split into two islands by a shallow isthmus according to the sea level, and when they are split the larger island on the west is known as Saint Paul's Island while the smaller one on the east is known as Quartz Island. Both islands are made of upper coralline limestone. Saint Paul's Island's landscape is a maritime garigue dominated by golden samphire, Maltese fleabane and other species. Quartz Island ...