Auberge http://schema.org/LandmarksOrHistoricalBuildings The order of St. John had built 8 residences to accommodate their members, one for each community, which used to serve as a home for members of the same nations. These residences are referred to as auberge, for example the house hosting the Italian members of the order is known as auberge d'Italie. Whilst some of these have been lost in the Second World War the remaining 5 nowadays serve different functions and are in government properties, view the list of the currently standing auberges. Auberge in Malta

Auberge in Malta

The order of St. John had built 8 residences to accommodate their members, one for each community, which used to serve as a home for members of the same nations. These residences are referred to as auberge, for example the house hosting the Italian members of the order is known as auberge d'Italie.

Whilst some of these have been lost in the Second World War the remaining 5 nowadays serve different functions and are in government properties, view the list of the currently standing auberges.