Gioacchino Navarro

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Gioacchino Navarro (1748–1813) was the Conventional Parish Priest of the Order of St. John, Malta. He studied both Latin and Greek. He is known in Malta for It-Tliet Għanjiet bil-Malti (The Three Rhymes in Maltese), that come to public for the first time by F. E. G. De St Priest on Malte par un Voyageur Français, in 1791.

In Msida, Malta, there is a road named after this poet, called "Triq Gioacchino Navarro".[citation needed]