Built in 1551 according to Grandmaster De La Sengle’s instructions, Senglea’s Gardjola Gardens provide a panoramic view of Fort St. Angelo, Marsa’s docks, Valletta’s Grand Harbour entrance, and more. The function of the harbor fortifications is embodied by the sentry box situated on the point of the bastion, known as “il-gardjola.” The crane bird, the ear, and the eye are among the symbols of caution that are sculpted on the sentry box. The Latin inscription provides comfort to the people residing in the harbor region by stating that the tower would protect the Maltese coastlines from any potential enemy attack.

Setting Outdoor
Location Malta
Recommended no. of Guests 50-250 guests, 250-500 guests

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