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Michela may now visit any Heritage Malta site free of charge

About 300 students today visited Muża, the National Arts Museum in Valletta, where they met the singer Michela and at the same time received a special embossed stamping of ‘Chameleon’ on their cultural passport.

In this second activity organised by PBS and Heritage Malta over three days of the Easter Holidays period, many students took the opportunity to visit historical sites free of charge while also being photographed with Malta’s Eurovision Song Contest representative.

At the end of the activity, Heritage Malta CEO, Noel Zammit, presented a Heritage Malta Lifetime Membership Card to Michela enabling her to visit any heritage site free of charge.

Over and above, Michela is to present a similar card to the representative singers of the 40 participating countries in the Eurovision Contest to be held in Israel.

Michela will be representing Malta in the Eurovision Song Contest to be held in Israel in the coming month. She will contest the second semi-final with her song ‘Chameleon’.

 

Also see:

AĠĠORNAT: L-istudenti jiltaqgħu ma’ Michela fil-Ġgantija

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