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The Popeye village

The Popeye village

The movie about Popeye (starring Robin Williams in his first ever movie!) was shot here in Malta in 1980. Only for the movie a whole village was constructed. The village is still there, north-westwards on the island - unfortunately it’s not easy reachable.

It’s more something for the children then for the adults. In the different houses there are dolls of imaginary creatures, e.g. Dwarfs, Santa-Claus, etc. Every hour different shows are offered - they are nice and also funny but not that great.

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