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Photos marked as were added from 18 March 2019.


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Malta
Valletta
 Small alley overlooked by balconies.
Malta
Valletta
 Statue of UK queen, Victoria outside the National Library.
Malta
Valletta
St John's Co-Cathedral
 St John's Co-Cathedral dates from 1578.
Malta
Valletta
St John's Co-Cathedral
 Statues outside the catherdal.
Malta
Valletta
St John's Co-Cathedral
 The clock and bell tower.
Malta
Valletta
St John's Co-Cathedral
 The cathedral was made equal to the one in Mdina by Papal decree.
Malta
Valletta
St John's Co-Cathedral
 The German Chapel is one of six chapels.
Malta
Valletta
St John's Co-Cathedral
 The Chapel of Portugal.
Malta
Valletta
St John's Co-Cathedral
 The Martydom Of St Lawrence by Mattia Preti.
Malta
Valletta
St John's Co-Cathedral
 Tomb of one of the Grand Masters of the Knights of St John.
Malta
Valletta
St John's Co-Cathedral
 The altar.
Malta
Valletta
St John's Co-Cathedral
 The Chapel of Italy.
Malta
Valletta
St John's Co-Cathedral
 The ceiling is covered with paintings.
Malta
Valletta
St John's Co-Cathedral
 Chapel of the Blessed Sacrement.
Malta
Valletta
 Narrow street.
Malta
Valletta
 Carved wall fountain.
Malta
Valletta
 The cafe at Manoel Theatre.
Malta
Valletta
 Door knockers for sale.
Malta
Valletta
 Houses by the city walls.
Malta
Valletta
 UK phone box.
Malta
Valletta
 Tree-lined street.
Malta
Valletta
 Battlements.
Malta
Valletta
 Hilly street.
Malta
Valletta
 Cruise ship at port.
Malta
Valletta
 Statue of a former Prime Minister.
Malta
Valletta
 The ferry dock.
Malta
Valletta
 View of the old city from the harbour.
Malta
Valletta
 St Elmo's Fort and a sailing boat.
Malta
Valletta
 The Church of St Paul's Shipwreck is one of the smaller churches in the old city.
Malta
Valletta
 Valletta is famed for its wooden balconies.
Malta
Valletta
 The Panorama Lift links the port area with the Upper Barrakka Gardens.
Malta
Valletta
Upper Barrakka Gardens
 Large ships at the port viewed from the Upper Barrakka Gardens.
Malta
Valletta
Upper Barrakka Gardens
 View of the old city of Valletta.
Malta
Valletta
Upper Barrakka Gardens
 The Saluting Battery was used to salute naval vessels.
Malta
Valletta
Upper Barrakka Gardens
 The gardens are a popular lookout point.
Malta
Valletta
Upper Barrakka Gardens
 War memorial.
Malta
Valletta
Upper Barrakka Gardens
 The colonaded gardens date from the 16th Century.
Malta
Valletta
Upper Barrakka Gardens
 A memorial for Albert Einstein.
Malta
Valletta
Upper Barrakka Gardens
 Two of the so-called Three Cities, the original settlements of the Knights of St John.
Malta
Valletta
Upper Barrakka Gardens
 Senglea.
Malta
Valletta
Upper Barrakka Gardens
 Birgu.
Malta
Valletta
Upper Barrakka Gardens
 Boats between Birgu and Senglea.
Malta
Valletta
Upper Barrakka Gardens
 Cospicua.
Malta
Valletta
Upper Barrakka Gardens
 View of Victoria Gate.
Malta
Valletta
Upper Barrakka Gardens
 Crowds watching a regatta on Freedom Day.
Malta
Valletta
Upper Barrakka Gardens
 The walls of Valletta.
Malta
Valletta
Upper Barrakka Gardens
 Sail boat near Cospicua.
Malta
Valletta
Sliema
 View of Sliema at night with Mars.
Malta
Valletta
Sliema
 Sliema is the entertainment district of Valletta.
Malta
Valletta
Sliema
 View of the old city of Valletta from the Strand.
Malta
Valletta
Sliema
 The harbour.
Malta
Valletta
Sliema
 View of Manoel Island.
Malta
Valletta
Sliema
 Boat in the harbour.
Malta
Valletta
Gzira
 The marina at Gzira, a working suburb of Valletta.
Malta
Valletta
Gzira
 Boats and yachts in the marina.
Malta
Valletta
Gzira
 Boats and yachts.
Malta
Valletta
Gzira
 Boats moored by the road.
Malta
Valletta
Gzira
 The House of Chickens on Manoel Island.
Malta
Valletta
Gzira
 The boat repair yard on Manoel Island.
Malta
Valletta
Gzira
 Boat in dry dock.
Malta
Valletta
Gzira
 The marina.
Malta
Valletta
Paola
 Paola is a residential suburb of Valletta.
Malta
Valletta
Paola
 The main church.
Malta
Valletta
Paola
 Balcony with lace curtains.
Malta
Valletta
 The old city of Valletta at sunset.
Malta
Marsaxlokk
 The pretty fishing village of Marsaxlokk.
Malta
Marsaxlokk
 The name of the village means "southeasterly harbour".
Malta
Marsaxlokk
 The brightly coloured fishing boats are called luzzu.
Malta
Marsaxlokk
 The village is home to 70% of Malta's fishing fleet.
Malta
Marsaxlokk
 Both the Ottoman fleet and Napoleon landed here in 1565 and 1798 respectively.
Malta
Marsaxlokk
 The church at the village centre.
Malta
Marsaxlokk
 The busy Sunday market which mainly sells seafood.
Malta
Marsaxlokk
 Fish for sale.
Malta
Marsaxlokk
 Octopus for sale.
Malta
Marsaxlokk
 Two different types of fish.
Malta
Marsaxlokk
 Prawns.
Malta
Marsaxlokk
 Pavement restaurants serving seafood.
Malta
Marsaxlokk
 Eating in the square in front of the church.
Malta
Marsaxlokk
 Eyes painted on boats for protection.
Malta
Marsaxlokk
 Lace for sale.
Malta
Mdina
 The main gate of the walled city of Mdina.
Malta
Mdina
 The city was founded by the Phonoecians around 1000 BC.
Malta
Mdina
 The original name was Malet ("place of shelter").
Malta
Mdina
 The current name comes from the Arabic period and means "walled city".
Malta
Mdina
 Carved lion at the main gate.
Malta
Mdina
 The golden stone of the city.
Malta
Mdina
 Stone balconies.
Malta
Mdina
 Bastion.
Malta
Mdina
 The narrow streets of the walled city.
Malta
Mdina
 Typical houses.
Malta
Mdina
 The main street.
Malta
Mdina
 The Roman city was called Melita.
Malta
Mdina
Carmelite Church
 The Carmelite church.
Malta
Mdina
Carmelite Church
 The interior.
Malta
Mdina
 Twisted narrow alleyways.
Malta
Mdina
 Street scene.
Malta
Mdina
 View from the old city.
Malta
Mdina
 The centre of Mdina.
Malta
Mdina
 Wooden balcony.
Malta
Mdina
Falson Palace
 Falson Palace is a medieval mansion with a stone courtyard.

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