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A return journey costs €4.65 and takes around 25 minutes each way.The service is used by tourists and commuters (including Gozitan students who are studying at the University of Malta) and is also used to transport goods between the islands.The temple's name is Maltese for "belonging to the giants", because legend in Maltese and Gozitan folklore says the temples were built by giants.Another important Maltese archaeological site in Gozo, which dates back to the neolithic period, is the Xagħra Stone Circle.The island is rural in character and, compared to the main island Malta, less developed.It was known for the Azure Window, a natural limestone arch that was a remarkable geological feature, until its collapse in 2017.
The history of Gozo is strongly coupled with the history of Malta, since Gozo has been governed by Malta throughout history, with the brief exception of a short period of autonomy following the uprising against the French forces after Napoleon's conquest of Malta, between 28 October 1798 and 20 August 1801.
Public buses, taxis and hire cars are also available.
the newly elected Labour Party administration carried out a feasibility study that concluded building a bridge between the two islands was possible, but would have negative environmental effects.
In 1971 the Malta Labour Party was voted into office.
As its support in Gozo was weak and it favoured a more centralised administration it proposed a referendum on the abolition of the Council putting emphasis on the unpopular possibility of it raising taxes.
The island of Gozo has long been associated with Ogygia, the island home of the nymph Calypso in Homer's Odyssey.