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Records Of Malta

Records Of Malta

Maltese little. However, they managed to consolidate many of the highest world achievements.

Ancient structures

The most hyped topic of the most ancient structures on the planet, listed in the Guinness book of records. In this popular publication States, verbatim:

The oldest free-standing structures in the world are now believed to be the megalithic temples at Mgarr and Skorba temples in Malta and Ggantija in Gozo dating from c. 3250 BC.

The Guinness Book of Records 1988. The World’s Structures, the Earliest structures.

In Russian something like this:

It is believed that the oldest Autonomous structures on Earth are the megalithic temples of Mgarr and the Sorrow in Malta and in Gozo Ggantija related about the year 3250 BC.

Other records less well known but no less interesting.

Rabbits

Malta has long and firmly holds the first place in the world in consumption of rabbit meat. The average Maltese eats in a year about 10 kilograms of rabbit meat.

Children

Malta ranks first among countries where the highest percentage of children obese. [source]

Population density

Not a record, but definitely a notable achievement: Malta ranks fourth in the world in population density among independent Continue reading

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