A biblical garden – comprising 42 carob, pomegranate and fig trees that are mentioned in the Bible – has been planted near the fourth station of the Way of the Cross on Għammar Hill, opposite Ta’ Pinu Sanctuary. The garden was set up part of a project co-funded by the EU on the initiative of Europe Direct Information Centre in Victoria, in collaboration with the European Parliament office in Malta and the sanctuary. The inauguration ceremony was attended by Peter Agius from the EP Office, sanctuary rector Fr Gerard Buhagiar and pupils from Gozo College Xagħra Primary.

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