Blat Mogħża Tower (Maltese: Torri ta' Blat Mogħża), also known as Ta' Capra Tower (Maltese: Torri ta' Capra), was a small watchtower in Fomm ir-Riħ, limits of Mġarr, Malta. It was one of the Lascaris towers.
|Blat Mogħża Tower|
Torri ta' Blat Mogħża
|Part of the Lascaris towers|
|Built by||Order of Saint John|
|In use||c. 1637–18th century|
|Fate||Collapsed, c. 1730|
Blat Mogħża Tower was built sometime during the reign of Giovanni Paolo Lascaris on the site of a medieval watch post. Its design was probably similar to Lippija and Għajn Tuffieħa Towers, which were built in 1637. It would have had Lippija and Nadur Towers in its line of sight.
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