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Meet Milu the Donkey!
In the old days, farmers used to have a donkey to help them work the fields. Dingli’s motto “Skiet ir-Raba’ mhux għażżien“, means that the peacefulness of farm life does not mean laziness. But poor Milu the donkey, was the first farm animal to be eradicated…
Print this page, which changes every month, colour our Milu and help us remember the important role that the donkey had on everyday rural life at Dingli Cliffs and the surrounding areas.