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Senglea. View of the fortified city of Senglea, Malta, with the remains of Fort Saint Michael in the foreground. Fort Saint Michael was originally built by the Knights of Malta between 1551 and 1565 and played a significant role in the Great Siege of Malta (1565). Following the siege, it was rebuilt as Saint Michael Cavalier. The cavalier was partially demolished in the 20th century and only part of its base still exists today.
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