Malta is a southern European country and consists of an archipelago situated centrally in the Mediterranean Sea
Boy there isn't much space. Nothing green. Is this a neighborhood where people live or is it an area of stores. oldmanlincoln
This is an area where people live. In the towns and villages of Malta you will only find green at the outskirts, and yes space is very limited.
what's the thick cord going across the road in the fore front of the photo ?
c'est vraiment typique des rues méditerranéennes que l'on retrouve dans le sud de la Franceit is really typical Mediterranean streets which one finds in the south of France
Do people not generally have gardens as space is so limited?
Ruth, it is more common to find gardens in the older houses, the modern buildings have yards, and these too are getting harder to find.
Hi DinaI know that T intersection very well. That is New Str and Zurrieq Road. It has changed a bit since 1950. New Street is a very narrow street and way back the Birzebbuga buses used to come up the steep road and do a very sharp right hand turn into Zurrieq Road. Nowadays traffic is only one way down. The building on the corner where you can see the Street Signs on the wall used to be a winery and at the start of WW2 the Police Station was moved from Pretty Bay Road to this corner building. So the place was a Cop Shop and a place to buy wine. You had to take your own empty bottle and have it filled. To be correct, this photo makes the road seem narrow. The top part of the road as seen in this photo is very narrow but only that section.
Good overhead shot.
inspired , the thick cord is electrical.oliver, yes these streets are so typical of south mediterranean.Berzy, I knew this photo would attract your attention, very interesting info, thanks.
Post a Comment