July 6, 2013

Marsalforn Salt Pans, Malta

Photograph by Darrin Zammit, Reuters

Salt pans, believed to have been used for harvesting sea salt since Roman times, stretch straight to the Mediterranean outside the village of Marsalforn on the island of Gozo. The second largest island in the Maltese archipelago, Gozo is known for its scenic countryside, beautiful beaches, and many churches.

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