Wednesday, March 07, 2007

The Law Courts - Valletta Malta


This is where justice is given or not!! The building is found in Valletta, and since the photo was taken on a sunday they are closed.

7 comments:

Oya said...

Court houses are always amazing. This one looks warm.

Alifan said...

Dina.. just got told off by Dive because I spelt some names wrong..on my blog...I will have to use spell check more often!!

Another place I remember was in Valletta, they used to make the most wonderful milk shakes, cannot remember what they were called, there was a statue opposite the cafe...Queen Victoria I think, oh dear will have to get in the attic and get some photo's down, have forgotten so much...

Really enjoying this thank you again...

Alifan said...

Hi again Dina, just remembered the name of the cafe ...Cordina...wonder if it is still there?

Abraham Lincoln said...

An interesting piece of architecture. It looks old and yet new and modern. I suppose the inside is new and modern too. Very nice photograph.

Dina said...

Alifan, the statue of Queen Victoria is still there and so is Cafe Cordina, I will post the photos of these two places tomorrow and Friday as I happen to have them already.

Susan said...

Dina,
Thank you for visiting my site and for your comments. I'm always happy to meet new folks. Malta is lovely, I love the architecture. One of these days I will see it in person. Travelling vicariously through DP for now!!!
Actually my family did live near Belcara, Anmore Actually. That was in 1975, when we first emmigrated here. We lived in that tarailer park for a couple of weeks while we looked for a house! Why do you ask?

Pat said...

I'm enjoying your blog. Love this travelling via the Daily Photos.

This photo is so lovely with the sun shining on the building. So elegant.



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