Celebrants drape a banner over a balcony on Republic Street during a party celebrating a win for Valetta in an early game in the Malta football championships.
The church at Mosta has the third largest dome in Europe. Sunday Mass let out early one day in 1942 when a German bomb fell through the dome - but didn't explode. The area damaged by the bomb is visible just below and to the left of center.
A luzzu in Marsaxlokk Harbor. The traditional design of these Maltese boats dates back to the Phoenicians.
A luzzu is surrounded by rowboats in a riot of color in Marsaxlokk Harbor.
Luzzi float at anchor below the Marsaxlokk church.
A quay in Mrsaxlokk Harbor provides a view point for a great photo.
A statue of a Neolithic fertility goddess at the Tarxien Temples
The Tarxien Temples are a Neolithic complex in south east Malta.
A dgassa crosses Grand Harbor. The cranes of Dockyard Creek tower in the background.
This view of the bastions of Valetta, Marsamxett Harbor, and Manoel Island greeted us every morning from our window at the Phoenecia Hotel.
The Phoenicia Hotel is convenient to the bus terminal in front of the Valetta City Gate.