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Palazzo in Ghaxaq for a re-development from 18th century, built on 5,000 square metres of land.
Ħal Għaxaq is a village in the south of Malta. It is mainly a residential area with a vast area used for agriculture still. The village's name may be derived from the Maltese word meaning delight, or it may be related to the noble family named Axiak which had feudal lands in the area in the fourteenth century. The village's main church is dedicated to the Assumption of Mary, popularly known in Maltese as Santa Marija which is therefore the village's patron saint.
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