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Senglea
700
*monthly
001892

Apartment

Senglea

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001892




700

*monthly

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Situated on the waterfront & offering fabulous views of Valletta Harbour, this fully air-conditioned apartment in situated on the 1st floor and includes kitchen/breakfast room with plenty of storage space, sitting room, dining room, 2 bedrooms (both with en-suite), spare toilet, car space and balconies which surround the apartment. This apartment is also equipped with television, washing machine, dishwasher, telephone, air-conditioning, intercom and lift.

PROPERTY 

SPECIFICATIONS

No of Bedrooms
2
Total No of Bathrooms
3
En-suite
2
Dining Room
1
Kitchen B'fast
1
Sitting Room
1
Garage (Lock Up)
Yes
Furniture
Yes
Washing Machine
Yes
Fridge Freezer
Yes
Dish Washer
Yes
Maid
Yes
Airconditioning
Yes
Telephone Installed
Yes
Hob
Yes
Oven
Yes
Utensils
Yes
Cable TV
Yes
Linen
Yes
Views
Seaviews
Balconies No of
1
Front Balcony Type
Open
Side Balconies No of
1
Side Balcony Type
Open
Back Balconies No of
1
Back Balcony Type
Open

LOCALITY 

INFORMATION



Image titleThis small city, one of the so-called Three Cities, stands on a narrow promontory jutting into Grand Harbour. The land was fortified in 1551 by Grand Master Claude de la Sengle - hence the name. The Maltese often use the area's earlier name, Isla, meaning the island or perhaps short for `peninsula'. During the Great Siege of 1565, Senglea was protected by Fort St Michael on its landward side and by Fort St Angelo on the tip of Vittoriosa across the creek. The heroic role played by its people led Grand Master Jean de la Valette to give the city the title of Citta' Invicta, the invincible city. Like its sister cities, Senglea suffered heavy damage during World War II. More than 75 percent of its buildings were destroyed. The parish church dedicated to the Nativity of Our Lady was rebuilt and retains its artistic heritage. The city is noted for its superb harbour views across to Valletta from Safe Haven Gardens at Senglea Point. The stone vedette, known as Il-Gardjola (picture), on the bastion-point served as a look-out post to guard the harbour entrance. The sculptured eye and ear above its windows are symbols of vigilance.

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