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Petting farm and Xmas village at Ta' Qali

Article By:
Christian Mangion
editorial@di-ve.com

Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi and Minister for Resources and Rural Affairs George Pullicino this morning visited the Petting Farm and Christmas Market set up adjacent to the Ta’ Qali Crafts Village.

The farm covers 13,000 square metres of land and offers children and families the opportunity to interact with animals including rabbits, horses, lambs, goats, ducks and birds. Other animals include lamas, ostriches and swans.

The Christmas village includes attractions for children, cultural activities, traditional and Christmas food and music. Entrance is free.

 

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