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Marsaxlokk, MaltaMarsaxlokkMaltaMarsaxlokk, Malta's traditional fishing village.The Valletta Waterfront, Floriana, MaltaThe Valletta WaterfrontFloriana, MaltaThe view of Valletta Waterfront. Valletta was officially recognised as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1980.The Valletta Waterfront, Floriana, MaltaThe Valletta WaterfrontFloriana, MaltaThe Valletta Waterfront is composed of nineteen 250 year old warehouses built by Grand Master Pinto, stretching along the water's edge.Upper Barrakka Gardens, Valletta, MaltaUpper Barrakka GardensValletta, MaltaA noon-day gun is still operated daily at this site to mark the passage of mid-day as done for centuries past. The Noon Day Gun was fired daily...Lower Barrakka Gardens, Valletta, MaltaLower Barrakka GardensValletta, MaltaLandscaped garden and seen here is a Neo-classical monument to Sir Alexander Ball, the first British Governor of Malta, who was appointed in 1813.Valletta, MaltaVallettaMaltaStrolling the beautiful and historical Valletta.Valletta, MaltaVallettaMaltaOne of the cute stores in Valletta.Valletta, MaltaVallettaMaltaThe view of Valletta, Malta's capital city, from its Grand Harbor. Malta's natural harbor.Saint John's Co-Cathedral, Valletta, MaltaSaint John's Co-CathedralValletta, MaltaThe rich interior of the cathedral. The paintings on the ceilings and altars are about St. John's life.Saint John's Co-Cathedral, Valletta, MaltaSaint John's Co-CathedralValletta, MaltaThe flooring of the cathedral is a magnificent marble mosaic of 405 tombstones belonging to many 16th to 18th century European nobles and Knights...Mosta Dome, Mosta, MaltaMosta DomeMosta, MaltaA closer look of the altar.Mosta Dome, Mosta, MaltaMosta DomeMosta, MaltaIn 1942 during World War II, the church took a direct hit from a 200kg German bomb while more than 300 people were congregated inside for Mass. The...Popeye's Village, Mellieha, MaltaPopeye's VillageMellieha, MaltaAlso known as Sweethaven Village, It was built as a film set for the production of the 1980 film Popeye. Today it is open to the public as a family...Comino, Għajnsielem, MaltaCominoGħajnsielem, MaltaThe smallest of the Maltese Islands, Comino, lies exactly between Malta & Gozo.Dwejra Bay, MaltaDwejra BayMaltaAzure Window is Gozo’s iconic flat-topped natural rock arch over the sea at Dwejra. It can be seen from the shore or from a boat, but walking over...Salt Pans, Żebbuġ, MaltaSalt PansŻebbuġ, MaltaThe view from the salt pans to the nearby Xwejni bay.Xwejni Bay, Żebbuġ, MaltaXwejni BayŻebbuġ, MaltaWalk past the salt pans to reach the pretty Xwejni Bay.Parish Church of Mellieha, Mellieha, MaltaParish Church of MelliehaMellieha, MaltaThe Parish Church of Mellieha was built on a hill between 1881 and 1898.Popeye's Village, Mellieha, MaltaPopeye's VillageMellieha, MaltaOver 20 wooden structures were built for the filming purposes can now be enjoyed by anyone.Salt Pans, Żebbuġ, MaltaSalt PansŻebbuġ, MaltaThe natural and man-made pans used to harvest salt. Interesting and pretty.
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