|Part of the De Redin towers|
|Owner||Government of Malta|
|Controlled by||Private tenant|
|Built by||Order of Saint John|
Wardija Tower (Maltese: Torri tal-Wardija), originally known as Torre della Guardia di Giorno and also known as Bubaqra Tower (Maltese: Torri ta' Bubaqra), is a small watchtower in the limits of Żurrieq, Malta. It was completed in June 1659 as the thirteenth of the De Redin towers.
The tower follows the standard design of the De Redin towers, having a square plan with two floors and a turret on the roof, but it is slightly smaller. It was originally armed with 2 cannons and 2 mortars.
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