Berġa ta' Alemanja
|Design and construction|
It was vacated in 1798 when the Order was expelled during the French occupation of Malta. By the 1830s, the building was used as the residence of the Chief Justice. Another part was used by the Mediterranean Fleet as a bakery and a mill.
It was demolished in 1839 to make way for St Paul's Pro-Cathedral. Auberge d'Allemagne was the only auberge in Malta to be intentionally demolished, since the other destroyed auberges were pulled down due to damage sustained in World War II. Some remains may still exist in situ.
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