Auberge de Bavière

Local nameAuberge de Bavière
LocationSliema, Malta

The Auberge de Bavière is a palace in Valletta, Malta. It was built as Palazzo Carneiro in 1696, and it was the residence of Grand Master Marc'Antonio Zondadari in the early 18th century. In 1784, it was converted into the auberge for the Anglo-Bavarian langue of the Order of Saint John, and it remained so until the French occupation of Malta in 1798.

It was used by the British military in the 19th and early 20th centuries, briefly housing a military hospital in World War I. It was subsequently used as a school, a hostel for bombed-out people in World War II, and it was also used by a number of government agencies. It currently houses the Lands Authority.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Auberge_de_Bavière

Address Triq San Bastjan, Valletta VLT, Malta

Coordinates 35°54'5.471" N 14°30'51.129" E

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