Capers have been used in cooking since at least 2000BC in Mesopotamia and they …Read more
The fig tree (Ficus carica, Tin), which originated in the Middle East and …Read more
The first expression of agriculture in prehistory dates back to the Neolithic Revolution, to …Read more
Since 1971, the Maltese Rock-Centaury (Cheirolophus crassifolius, Widnet il-Baħar) has been recognised as Malta’s …Read more
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Sustainable Development Strategy
THE CLIFFS Interpretation Centre is complementary to the Dingli Local Council project entitled Sustainable Development Strategy – Dingli 2020.
The Sustainable Development Strategy DINGLI 2020 focuses on the characteristics that make Dingli special: the geology and the geography, the history, the biodiversity and the people. Indeed, one of the main projects consists of a Heritage Trail that can be used as a pilot project, and build upon to encompass the entire town, with the Interpretation Centre being the hub of the trail to promote comprehensive environmental, socio-cultural and historical education on Dingli, whilst providing general information about the area.
THE CLIFFS Interpretation Centre complements existing policies and strategies, promotes and facilitates the implementation of these policies and plans and at the same time help to encourage the enhancement of the Maltese tourism product.