Monday, 21st August 2017

Membership

Permanent and temporary residents in Malta of German or Maltese nationality, not below the age of 18 years of age are eligible for membership to the German-Maltese Circle. Bona fide students between the ages of 14 and 18 are accepted as Junior Members.

Persons living outside Malta are accepted as Supporting Members. Residents in Malta of any other nationality are accepted as members with equal rights except the right to be elected as President or Committee Member. Companies and organisations registered in Malta or in Germany are accepted as Corporate members with the right to elect a representative in the Committee.

Applicants for membership are required to fill in and sign a printed application form.

The Committee has the right to refuse to accept any application for membership to the Circle.

The annual subscription for individual membership is of €12. Additional members from the same family pay €6 each.
The Corporate Membership fee is of €350 annually.

Membership lapses automatically on the 31st December of each year.

Contact Us

Messina Palace, 141 Triq San Kristofru,
Valletta VLT1465, Malta
(+356) 2124 6967

Activities

Dance Performance "Open Waters"

The German-Maltese Circle organises various activities such as exhibitions, film shows, cultural tours, forums, lectures, seminars, concerts, choral performances by visiting German choirs, chanson evenings, social and sports events and in fact, anything which helps to make especially the Maltese public more conscious of German culture and the German way of life.

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Exhibitions

The German-Maltese Circle’s premises in Valletta is ideal for the holding of exhibitions and in fact Messina Palace is regularly used by Maltese and German artists for this purpose.  Exhibitions can be set up in the restored basement or in rooms situated on the first floor.

One of the Exhibition Rooms

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Library

Section of the Dorothea von Wendland Library

The Library at the German-Maltese Circle is named after Dorothea von Wendland, the wife of a former German Ambassador, who in the early 1970’s was instrumental in the setting up of a lending and reference library in the former premises of the Circle in Floriana.

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Restaurant & Coffee Shop

Image of Coffee and Croissant

Entering through the elegant entrance hall of Messina Palace and situated in a converted arched inner yard is the Circle’s Restaurant & Coffee Shop where patrons gather in informal and cosy surroundings for a coffee break, a lunch or just a quick snack.

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