When the water is really calm, the Love Sign is reflected in the water
The mural of the grey man is rather famous and probaly does not deserve advertisement on his bum. The man climbing throug a wall depicts the struggle of migrants trying to make their way to Europe and he emerges on a wall in Sapri in Italy.
The cat statue was originally meant as a blank canvas for other artists to use.
Because Maltese doors are pretty awesome
It’s a busy road and didn’t really allow for good photos (but I didn’t miss the boat).
This time on Malta we did not visit any abandoned buildings. If you are keen to find some hidden treasures you can still visit Jerma Palace in Marsaskala, the Verdala Hotel in Rabat or the Festival Hotel in Mellieha. None of them are very safe. There is also a cornucopia of other abandoned or hunted buildings all over the islands of Malta and Gozo. If you like check out the photos of White Rocks in Pembroke. This old holiday complex is easy to enter and even close to public transport.
14 thoughts on “Street Art in Malta”
GREAT POST AND LOVED THE PHOTOGRAPHS, CHINA
Thank you so much. Some of them were really from the bus, erm …
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Amazing street art!
Thanks! Just gotta love Malta …
Thanks for the great post!
Thank you and thanks for stopping by!
That’s a beautiful street art!