Your guide to Ghasri
All about locality
A village in the western part of the island of Gozo, with a small population of only 525, this is the smallest village of Gozo and the third smallest on the islands of Malta, after Mdina and Bidnija. This village lies between the hills of Zebbug and Ghammar. The name, which comes from Arabic origins, means an area where olives were crushed for oil. A lighthouse on the hill dominates Ghasri. This famous lighthouse rises to 180m above sea level. The church of Ghasri was designed by the local priest Dun Guzepp Diacono and was built in the twentieth century. It was built in 1903 and was dedicated to Corpus Christi.
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