Dragonara Casino 1960s | PrintRegular price €18,00
Built in the 1870s, the Dragonara Palace originally served as a private summer residence for the Marquis Emmanuele Scicluna - a prominent banker of the time.
The Palace - built in neoclassical design characterised by its symmetrical form - was later converted into Malta’s first casino in 1964. It was a time when St Julians and nearby Paceville began its transition from a mainly rural area to a prime leisure hub.
As the entertainment scene in St Julians thrived, the Dragonara Casino became an iconic landmark attracting both locals and visitors from various countries .
Illustrated by Nicole Sciberras Debono , Art Direction Janice Mercieca.
- Available in A6, A4, A3, A2
- Printed on Giclée fine-art paper (German Etching 310gsm)
- Gallery standard, age-resistant, acid-free paper with a matt finish
- Sold mounted, unframed
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