Religious artefacts on public display to add value to the Gozo Cultural and Historical Heritage & Tourist Product
Within a country with strong Roman Catholic traditions, our ancestors, with a deep love for the Church in Malta, have also enriched our local churches with a number of sacred relics, fine art and other treasures, which nowadays form part of the nation’s cultural heritage. Ta’ Pinu National Shrine is also the promoter of the restoration and conversion of the residence of Karmni Grima to be re-opened as a museum. This project entailed the purchasing of a number of show cases for the display of artefacts in this new museum.
This project was eligible for 95% of its funding through the eco-Gozo scheme for NGOs.