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Salini National Park

Years ago, a derelict land situated at the southern tip of Qawra, covering an area of approximately 49,000m2 was included in a master plan for the development of a new National Park. Towards the end of the 1990’s, large parcels of land were reclaimed back by the government, while plans for landscaping and afforestation areas where drawn up. Terrace large areas of land were established by introducing more soil, transported from other construction sites. This gave the terrain a more rural aspect. To compliment the local rural environment, long stretches of rubble walls were built.

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