A short tour of Malta Photography

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A collection of 30 images from a short tour of Malta in April, covering Valletta, the Three Cities and Marsaxlokk from the waterfront of Marsaxlokk to Saint Pauls Co Catherdral in Valletta. Officially known as the Republic of Malta it is a Southern European island country consisting of an archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea and a population of just under 450,000 whose capital is Valletta.

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1. Statue of Jesus Christ, Main Square, Valetta. Christ the King Monument, Floriana. Floriana is an urban area immediately outside Valletta's city

2. Triton Fountain, Valetta. The fountain is located on the periphery of the City Gate of Floriana , Malta. It consists of three bronze Tritons holding up a huge basin , balanced on a concentric base built out of concrete and clad in travertine slabs.

3. Saint Johns Co-Cathedral, Valetta. Inside the Cathedral taken from the upper galleries what is regarded as one of the best examples of Baroque architecture in Europe is clearly evident.

4. Old Mint Street, Valetta. View down Old Mint Street with Saint John's Co-Cathedral at my back.

5. Saint Johns Co-Cathedral, Valetta. Dedicated to John the Baptist and built between 1572 and 1577 and considered to be one of the finest example of Baroque Architecture in Europe

6. The Bibliotheca, Valletta. Strange temporary Statue in front of the National Library of Malta in Valletta

7. The Auberge de Castille, Valetta. Located at Castille Place, close to Saint James Cavalier, the Malta Stock Exchange and the Upper Barrakka Gardens and originally built in the 1570s

8. The Upper Barracka Gardens, Valetta. The Upper Barrakka Gardens are a public garden in Valletta, Malta and our twinned with the Lower Barrakka Gardens.

9. Upper Barracka Gardens, Valetta. The Upper Barrakka Gardens are a public garden in Valletta, Malta. They are twinned with the Lower Barrakka Gardens in the same city, and offers a panoramic view of the Grand Harbour area.

10. Madina Gate, Madina. Mdina Gate also known as the Main Gate or the Vilhena Gate, is the main gate into the fortified city of Mdina, Malta. It was built in the Baroque style in 1724 to designs of Charles François de Mondion, during the magistracy of Grand Master António Manoel de Vilhena.

11. Saint Pauls Cathedral and Museum, Madina. The Cathedral is the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Malta, and since the 19th century this function has been shared with St. John's Co-Cathedral in Valletta.

12. The Church of the Annunciation of our Lady, Madina. The Church of the Annunciation also known as The Carmelite Church is a rich Baroque priory church of the Priory of Our Lady of Mount Carmel located in Madina, Malta.

13. Transportation in Madina. Horse drawn carriage taking tourists through the narrow Medieval streets of Mdina, Malta

14. Saint Pauls Church, Rabat, Madina. Located in Rabat, Madina. The Collegiate Church of St Paul was completed in 1653 replacing the previous church of 1578.

15. Victoria Gate, Three Cities. Built in 1885 by the British and named after Queen Victoria.

16. Victoria Gate, Three Cities. Matching RED window blinds with a traditional RED British Telephone Box in the Victoria Gate area.

17. Eyes of Horus, Gardjola Gardens, L-Isla, Three Cities. The Gardjola Gardens sit atop historical coastal fortifications and provide beautiful views of the surrounding area

18. The Siege Bell War Memorial, lower Barrakka Gardens, Valetta. Looking out from the location of the Siege Bell Memorial, the sleeping 'Unknown' soldier.

19. Parish Church of Marsaxlokk. The Church of Our Lady of Pompei is a Roman Catholic parish church located in the fishing village of Marsaxlokk in Malta.

20. A view across Marsaxlokk Bay, Marsaxlokk. A view across Marsaxlokk Bay in Marsaxlokk with the Parish Church in the distance

21. The Waterfront in Marsaxlokk Bay, Marsaxlokk. Maltese Luzzu boats moored on Marsaxlokk Bay renowned for the bright pair of eyes at the fron of the boats.

22. Dolls for sale, Marsaxlokk. Hand crated Dolls for sale on Marsaxlokk Waterfront for 10 Euros each

23. Saint Peters Pool, Marsaxlokk. View from Saint Peters Pool stretching out to the horizon

24. Ferry stand to Three Cities. Boarding from the Valletta Waterfront for the ferry to the Three Cities, Malta.

25. Ferry trip to Three Cities. Valletta Ferry Services (Three Cities) operates ferries from near Valletta Waterfront to Cospicua (Bormla) and on to Senglea (L'Isla) in the Three Cities.

26. Church of Saint Lawrence, Birgu, Three Cities. The Church of Saint Lawarence, the first conventual church of the Order of Saint John built 1530

27. Fort Saint Angelo, Birgu, Three Cities. View from a Watch Post on the edge of the Grand Harbour, Fort Saint Angelo

28. Waterfront, Three Cities. A different perspective on the Waterfront, Three Cities

29. Ferry trip to Three Cities. Image from the Ferry in the Grand Harbour Marina, Vittoriosa (Birgu), The Three Cities, Malta

30. Waterfront, Birgu, Three Cities. Two, eyed boats bob and weave in the Grand Harbour Marina, Vittoriosa (Birgu), The Three Cities, Malta