Valletta is the capital of the tiny island nation of Malta, sat in the mediteranean sea south and Sicily. It's an ancient city, having been founded by the order of the knights of St John in the sixteenth century, which sits high on a peninsula. There are many old buildings and churches often characterised by the distinctive Maltese balconies protruding from them.
Valetta the capital city seen from Tigne seafront, Malta
Valetta buildings scene showing characteristic Maltese balconies, Malta
Valetta buildings scene showing characteristic Maltese balconies and British red phonebox, Malta
View from Valetta Upper Barrakka gardens over the Saluting Battery cannons to the Grand Harbour and Senglea Three Cities area, Malta
Valetta street and Carmelite Church, Malta
Valetta city Carmelite church dome and St Paul's cathedral, Malta