The Holy Infirmary Of The Knights Of St. John ‘La Sacra Infermeria’ By Paul Cassar

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Of all the buildings erected by the Knights of the Order of St John, the Holy Infirmary is undoubtedly one of the most impressive for its architectural beauty and grandeur; but it is no less renowned for its contribution, through its decades of existence, to the health of the people of Malta, to many foreign visitors and to the ailing soldiers of France in the interlude of 1798 – 1800 and of Great Britain for over a century from 1800 to 1920. During the times of the Knights, The Sacra Infermeria employed the highest standards of medical treatment and hygiene for its day, with the hospital tableware on which food was being served made of silver, as it was practical and easy to clean

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A wonderful guide to The Holy Infermary. Softcover. Published by The Mediterranean Conference Centre 2005

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Weight 0.301 kg