Legend has it that the Maltese, who are an extremely Catholic people, were often confused by the devil and never knew what time mass was at, put two clocks on the front of the church. One with the real time and the other with a fictional time meaning that whenever people passed they never know which time was correct. Normally this superstition was more in villages rather than in cities, but the truth is that there really are two clocks on almost all religious temples.
This school is located in Msida, within walking distance of the university. It is one of the oldest in Europe, as it was founded in 1592. It is on the road to Yacht Marina and Sliema, the largest and most modern in Malta. The school is also situated on a major bus route, going to Valletta, Malta's capital, or St.Julian 's - Malta's nightlife and entertainment center. It is a building with three-stories, and features many facilities including: - spacious and comfortable classrooms with audiovisual equipment - The classrooms and facilities are fully accessible for people with special needs - All classrooms have air conditioning - facilities Leisure amenities include a garden and a terrace with tables - There is also a coffee shop inside the school, and well as an internet cafe that students are welcome to use without cost.