by Angelo Degiorgio
03 June, 2002
This site displays many photographs, pertaining to Malta and Gozo (Ghawdex). A little information is included in some pictures. The main themes are churches, wayside chapels, statues and niches, coastal towers and fortifications, cemeteries, historic buildings and temples, windmills and houses with special facades, beaches and scenery. Anything that comes in front of my camera that merits a shot.l
is a small country but in relation to its small size as the photographs
indicates, has huge resources in
terms of culture, history, touristsí attractions, places of interests
and places of entertainment. One purpose of this photographic display is to raise
more awareness and appreciation of our historic and cultural buildings. Some of these buildings
are unfortunately still neglected or unappreciated.
Please send in an e-mail to report broken links, spelling mistakes or misinformation on any picture. Any comment or information about any photograph is welcome. Additional photographs are also welcome. This page is being continually updated. See references here
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This is not a photographic exhibition. Most photographs are of good quality but some photographs might be replaced in the future if better ones are in my possession. To reduce the size (in kilobytes), the photographs were compressed, consequently the quality of the image had to be somewhat sacrificed.
Some of these historic buildings are private property. The photographs show what can be seen by anyone in the street, and so it is being perceived that no privacy of any kind has been violated. However, if any owner of these buildings objects to the photograph on the Internet please send me an e-mail and I will remove without question.
The Maltese font was not used for the simple reason that Maltese fonts are not installed in computers outside Malta and text would not be displayed properly. The author of this web page takes no responsibility for any mistakes. Use this site at your own risk.
All these photographs are copyrighted. Students can use these photographs for school projects.