Trivia Crack Answer: Mediterranean Sea
About the location of the island of Malta
The Island of Malta is located in the Mediterranean Sea. The island of Malta, known as the Republic of Malta, is a island south of Europe. It is located about 50 miles south of Sicily. The island of Malta’s location has made it an important naval and strategic base throughout history. Malta is located in an area that gives it a warm climate year round, making it a popular tourist destination. Temperatures average around 70 degrees, and typically go no lower than 50 degrees. Malta’s location made it an important strategic base during WWII. Malta, at this point, was a part of the British empire. Malta was located near shipping routes for the Axis powers, making it a part of the action. The entire island was awarded a George Cross by King George VI in 1942 for their bravery and work during this time. Malta became independent in 1964. Despite the ideal location of Malta, the island would declare a policy of neutrality in 1980. In 1990, the island of Malta would apply to join the European Union. Due to the proximity of the island of Malta’s location, they were invited to join the union in 2003. Malta officially joined the European Union in 2004 and the Eurozone in 2008.