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Mtarfa ( or L- Imtarfa ) is a small village near the cities of Rabat and Mdina in the center of Malta.

Mtarfa is a modern settlement today. However, there are Roman writings that refer to a temple of Proserpina. In 1890 barracks built for the British Army. During the First World War they built the Royal Navy Hospital Mtarfa, a naval hospital. Today it is a secondary school which is named after Sir Temi Zammit. The British built during the colonial era Malta a chapel dedicated to St. Oswald.

Sons and daughters of the town