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[21] Order of Saint John[edit] The Ottoman army bombs the Knights' Three Cities from the peninsula of Sciberras during the 1565 Great Siege. The building of a city on the Sciberras Peninsula had been proposed by the Order of Saint John as early as 1524. [22] Back then, the only building on the peninsula was a small watchtower[23] dedicated to Erasmus of Formia (Saint Elmo), which had been built in 1488.

"[64][65] Buildings of historic importance include St John's Co-Cathedral, formerly the Conventual Church of the Knights of Malta. It has the only signed work and largest painting by Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio. [66] The Auberge de Castille et Leon, formerly the official seat of the Knights of Malta of the Langue of Castille, Léon and Portugal, is now the office of the Prime Minister of Malta. [60] The Grandmaster's Palace, built between 1571 and 1574 and formerly the seat of the Grand Master of the Knights of Malta, used to house the Maltese Parliament, now situated in a purpose-built structure at the entrance to the city, and now houses the offices of the President of Malta.

[67] Admiralty House is a Baroque palace dating to the late 1570s. It was the official residence of the Commander-in-Chief of the Mediterranean Fleet during the British era from the 1820s onwards. From 1974 until 2016, it was the site of the National Museum of Fine Arts. The Manoel Theatre (Maltese: Teatru Manoel) was constructed in just ten months in 1731, by order of Grand Master António Manoel de Vilhena, and is one of the oldest working theatres in Europe. The Mediterranean Conference Centre was formerly the Sacra Infermeria. Built in 1574, it was one of Europe's most renowned hospitals during the Renaissance.

[48] The first election was held on 20 November 1993. Other elections were held in 1996, 1999, 2002, 2005, 2008, 2013, [49] 2017. [50] The present local council was elected in 2019. [51] The local council is housed in a building in South Street. The following people have served as Mayors of Valletta:[52] Hector Bruno (1993–1999) (PN) Paul Borg Olivier (1999–2008) (PN) Alexei Dingli (2008–2019) (PN) [53] Christian Micallef (2019) (PN) [54] Alfred Zammit (2019–) (PL) [55] National government[edit] Valletta is the capital city of Malta, [56] and is the country's administrative and commercial hub. [57] The Parliament of Malta has been housed at the Parliament House near the city's entrance since 2015: it was previously housed at the Grandmaster's Palace in the city centre.

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