MALTA AND THE MALTESE
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Malta is the largest of a group of small islands
situated in the Central Mediterranean, being 93 km away from Sicily, 288
km from North Africa, 1826 km from Gibraltar, and 1519 km from Alexandria.
The group comprises the islands of Malta, Gozo and Comino, all of which
are inhabited, together with some very small barren and uninhabited islets
and rocks. The largest island, Malta has an area of about 246 sq km, while
its sister island Gozo is only 67 sq km. The maximum length and width of
Malta are 27.36 km and 14.48 km respectively. The corresponding extensions
for Gozo are 14.48 km and 7.24 km.
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