Auberge D’Aragon

This auberge, which was situated within the collacchio, housed the Knights from Aragon and Novara.

This Langue was responsible for the purchase and storage of supplies of the Sacra Infermeria. Today, the façade of the building has been subject to significant relatively recent alterations that have rendered it unrecognisable. This auberge, together with those of Provence and Auvergne and France, formed a compact block since they were situated next to each other.

Auberge D’Aragon, 28-30, Triq Hilda Tabone, Vittoriosa was scheduled by Mepa as a Grade 1 national monument as Government Notice number 1082/09 in the Government Gazette dated December 22, 2009.


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