L-Ambjent

“Id-dinja mhix tagħna u l-anqas l-art. Dan it-teżor huwa fdat f’idejna mill-ġenerazzjonijiet futuri “.

(Proverbju Afrikan)

Permezz ta’ din il-paġna, irridu nwasslu l-aħjar informazzjoni dwar l-ambjent ta’ madwarna u x’impenn irid jittieħed fi ħdan ir-reġjon.

Sejrin inkunu qegħdin nippubblikaw informazzjoni relatata dwar dak li jkun qiegħed jiġri madwarna biex intejbu u naraw li l-ambjent li ngħixu fih jikun issalvagwardjat.

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Pavlvs

PAVLVSThirty years after the crucifixion of JESUS CHRIST, the Egyptian grain ship Apostle Paul was aboard was shipwrecked… But where? In chapter 27 and 28 of the Acts of the Apostles, St Luke who was travelling with St Paul gives us a detailed account of the voyage, the ancient ship caught in the storm and the eventual shipwreck on Melita. Scholars consider this passage as the best contemporary description of ancient seafaring. Over the centuries many have ventured in search of the shipwreck site. St Paul’s Bay has a centuries-old tradition for the place where the ‘barbarians’ welcomed all 276 castaways. From time to time these past two and a half centuries, foreign individuals have identified other Mediterranean islands and even a bay on our south-eastern coast as the shipwreck site. But they failed to produce the evidence to support their claims. On the other hand, this locality has the evidence to prove that a very large Egyptian grain ship was wrecked inside Salina Bay. With the...
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