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Polish people in Malta

zobbi 1 | 2
8 Apr 2010 #1
Hi Just wanted to start this thread for any Polish people who are living in malta, or plan to go there or even for those who have been there and would like to share their experiences...
pawian 181 | 17,079
17 Jul 2012 #2
Shyt, Poles are everywhere...... even in Malta.

Come on!
Annama - | 1
24 Jan 2016 #3
Merged: Looking for someone...

I'm trying to find a group of polish men who were in Malta september 2015.
They were 6 -7 men in their 35 - 40's. I think they had a holiday.
They were in St.Julians - St.George's Bay

I know this is like looking for the needle in a hay-stack...this is all I have...:/

But how many groups of good friends went to Malta in September last year from Poland? ;)

One more thing...Is there some other forums in Poland I can search for people?

Annama :)
25 Oct 2016 #4
Good evening,
I'm working for Globalair Travel in St Julian's and I'm looking for a Polish Representative who would like to cooperate with our Company.

The job is flexible and well paid, with possibility to grow.
If you are interested or know someone that could be, please contact me at 99992299
31 Jul 2018 #5
hi Silvia,
I have a friend who lives in Sweden and is moving to Malta soon..
He speaks, reads and writes fluent Polish, but not English.
He is looking for work.
Is there any polish FB or other polish groups on the www that he can join that only speak polish?

Cześć szukam polskiej grupy na której mógłbym dowiedzieć się jak znaleźć pracę oraz dowiedzieć się jakie warunki muszę spełniać żeby podjąć jaką kolwiek pracę i znaleźć zakwaterowanie na Malcie

English language only, please

from my friend..
have a nice day one and all.
mafketis 29 | 10,321
31 Jul 2018 #6
Go to google, put in "Polacy na Malcie" and some sites come up.

When I was in Malta in 2017 before Easter one of the local tv stations had a short story on Polish people in Malta and how they celebrate Easter.

The story was in Maltese but the Polish people (explaining święconka) spoke English. They showed 20 or 30 people gathered in a local church (a lot of the churches do double duty, both for the local population and mass in some other language for other people, I remember seeing churches offering mass in German, Tagalog and a few others).

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