Embracing Malta: Part II

From natural to man-made architecture, from Neolithic temples to Phoenician harbours, Norman fortifications and bastions defending Medieval towns to modern 21st ct architecture wherever I looked on this small, but ย historically rich island I was smitten by beauty.


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53 Comments on “Embracing Malta: Part II

  1. Malta must be one of the best places to visit and is probably on a lot of peoples bucket lists… I would never get there, but your photos do make it difficult not to want to…


  2. I love Malta I was there two years ago and planning to return next year, just the whole country is stunning from modern day back to neolithic, love the little side streets on Gozo, the markets and the people ๐Ÿ™‚


    • Scrumptious with a huge variety. Excellent sea food too… We stayed at a 5 star hotel with incredible buffet breakfast. I have a friend there that arranged a discount for us so I picked the best room in the hotel :D. Terrific times!


  3. I know I would like this place! That reflection shot is totally delicious, Paula ๐Ÿ™‚
    I should be out Nordic walking this morning but have somehow got diverted from my purpose…. it matters not.


  4. I find anything to do with the Knights Templar fascinating, so Malta has always figured on my list. But I have not seen images of the place as fabulous as yours. Thank you Paula ๐Ÿ™‚


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