Santa Venera

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Santa Venera

Il-Kunsill Lokali ta' Santa Venera
Santa Venera
The 17th-century Wignacourt Aqueduct and local council building of Santa Venera
The 17th-century Wignacourt Aqueduct and local council building of Santa Venera
Flag of Santa Venera
Flag
Coat of arms of Santa Venera
Coat of arms
Santavenera-map.svg
Coordinates: 35°53′23″N 14°28′40″E / 35.88972°N 14.47778°E / 35.88972; 14.47778Coordinates: 35°53′23″N 14°28′40″E / 35.88972°N 14.47778°E / 35.88972; 14.47778
Country Malta
IslandMalta
BordersĦamrun, Birkirkara, Qormi, Msida
Government
 • MayorHorace J. Anastasi (PN)
Area
 • Total0.9 km2 (0.3 sq mi)
Population
 (March 2013)
 • Total6,941
 • Density7,700/km2 (20,000/sq mi)
Demonym(s)Vendriż (m), Vendriża (f), Vendriżi (pl) Vendrin (m), Vendrina (f), Vendrini (pl)
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)
Postal code
SVR
Dialing code356
Patron saintSt. Venera
Day of festaSanta Venera Last Sunday of July and 14 November

Santa Venera is a town in Malta. In 2013 the population was about 6,941. This town is in the Outer Harbour Region of Malta. The oldest buildings in Santa Venera are Wignacourt Aqueduct and Casa Leoni. Both of these buildings were built by the Knights of St. John.

The football team of St. Venera is the St. Venera Lightnings. They use the colours of the town: yellow and blue.