Tas-Sellum belvedere in Xagħra has been embellished by the local council with porfido paving, furniture, rails and lighting and has been made more easily accessible. At the inauguration ceremony mayor Joseph Cordina unveiled a commemorative plaque and history researcher Aaron Attard-Hili spoke about the connection of the site with the outbreak of bubonic plague in the locality in 1814. Photos: Charles Spiteri

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