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05/10/2017

Central Bank of Malta open during Notte Bianca

The Central Bank of Malta will once again be participating in this year's Notte Bianca that will be held on Saturday, 7 October 2017. The Bank's main premises at Castille Place will be open to the public between 18:00 and 23:00.

Visitors will have the opportunity to tour the Bank's currency museum with its splendid selection of coins and banknotes in circulation in Malta over the ages, including a special display of coins used in jewellery and for other purposes. Moreover, Valletta-themed photos will be exhibited in the passageway between the entrance opposite Tritons Fountain and the path leading to Triq Ġlormu Cassar on the way to Castille Square, which will be open to the general public. Visitors will also be able to visit the Victor Pasmore Gallery and a bonsai exhibition organised in collaboration with the Bonsai Culture Group in the Bank's recently inaugurated gardens.

During the event, visitors can visit the Malta Coin Centre, where they can purchase a variety of numismatic and collector coins. There will also be information material on the changeover of Maltese Lira notes which can be converted into euro at the Central Bank of Malta in Valletta till 31 January 2018.

Further information is available from the Bank's website or by contacting the Malta Coin Centre on (+356) 2550 6006/7.

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