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San Gwann

San Gwann

San Gwann is a calm residential area. It lies central on the east-coast of Malta and is sourounded by Swieqi in the north, St. Julians, Sliema and Gzira in the east and Msida and Birkirkara in the south. Westwards are fields and Naxxar. The main road of Malta passes directly at San Gwann.

What to see in San Gwann?
In San Gwann is nothing exceptional to see. It‘s just a calm residential area.

What’s close to San Gwann?
Not far away from San Gwann is the University of Malta (UoM). Easily to reach by walk is also St. Julians, Paceville or Sliema.

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