Xarolla Catacombs (Xarolla Catacombs)
The Tombs of Xarolla were discovered in 1994 during the works for the construction of a park for the adjacent Windmill. In the Xarolla complex, the Window tomb is the most common type of tomb, but there are also examples of niches. Most of the tombs in the Xarolla complex probably date from the late Roman or Byzantine period of the islands. The site, together with other sites, has been included in the UNESCO "Tentative List" "Maltese Catacomb Complexes" since 1998.
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