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If you happen to be in gozo during your visit, then the rotunda church in the village of xewkija is a wonderful spot to visit. The church was built in honor of ST. john the baptist (each village has a saint that they honor) and is the largest in gozo. The architecture and buildings in the towns and villages of gozo and malta are spectacular, most of which being centuries old.

Since the island of gozo is only a few miles long, visitors can easily enjoy the entire island in a day. A vacation to Malta can never be complete without touring Gozo and comino, and the giant marble churches and shoreside caverns will leave anyone amazed.

It should also be noted that if you do learn some maltese, that there are different dialects throughout different parts of the country. people on gozo speak maltese with a slightly different accent from the main maltese islanders, and people from the village of xewkija have a even different dialect from the people on the rest of gozo and malta.

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