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The Top 8 Museums in Malta
"The Neolithic peoples who inhabited Malta and nearby Gozo left behind a rich trove of artifacts, and the temples they built are the oldest freestanding stone structures in the world—older than the pyramids of Egypt or Stonehenge in England. The National Museum of Archaeology has a stunning collection of these artifacts, ranging from carved female figures to pottery to stone tools. In all, the collection spans from 5,200 BCE, when humans first arrived on Malta, to 2,500 BCE."