Floriana - Malta live cam
Panoramic view of Floriana in Malta

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    • 2 days ago
    • DaveS

    It’s always a pleasure to stand in the Hastings Garden overlooking the Rampila restaurant to the left, and take in this view of the island.

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    • 5 days ago
    • Glyn Bowen

    I prefer this view to the previous one.

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    • 5 days ago
    • Jon

    Absolutely great view Phoenicia - Thanks for hosting this cam.

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    • 6 days ago
    • Capture Sam

    11sep19--A new view today! Gorgeous! EnJoy EnJoy

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    • 1 week ago
    • Capture Sam

    9sep19--' The Independence Monument ': Half way between the top of the EU flag pole and Saint Publius Parish Church. The State of Malta (Maltese: Stat ta’ Malta) was formed on 21 September 1964 as an independent constitutional monarchy. The date continues to be celebrated annually as Independence Day (Maltese: Jum l-Indipendenza), a national holiday in Malta. On 1 December 1964, Malta was admitted to the United Nations.
    The Independence Monument in front of The Mall gardens, was erected at this site, previously held by that of Grand Master Vilhena, to commemorate the 25th Anniversary of Malta’s Independence from the United Kingdom. This monument was modelled by Maltese sculptor John Bonnici, and it is the work of the Italian Foundry Badalotti. The monument was inaugurated on the 23rd September 1989 by President Dr. Censu Tabone. EnJoy EnJoy

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    • 1 week ago
    • Capture Sam

    The Independence Monument depicts a lady ( Malta ) stepping forward to Freedom and holding the Maltese national flag. { searches can find images of the statue }
    Sculptor Ġanni Bonnici, whose works filled public places across Malta, has died aged 86. He was born on 4 September 1932. - 17 aug 19.
    One of his most prominent public works is the bronze and marble Independence Monument at the entrance to Il-Mall at Floriana, which was inaugurated in 1989 to mark 25 years since Malta’s independence. The 28-foot high statue was his biggest ever and arguably the tallest statue-based monument in Malta. EnJoy EnJoy

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    • 1 week ago
    • Capture Sam

    9sep19--A lenghty comment but interesting. >>> Locating in this view: ' The Independence Monument ': Half way between the top of the EU flag pole and Saint Publius Parish Church.
    The State of Malta (Maltese: Stat ta’ Malta) was formed on 21 September 1964 as an independent constitutional monarchy. The date continues to be celebrated annually as Independence Day (Maltese: Jum l-Indipendenza), a national holiday in Malta. On 1 December 1964, Malta was admitted to the United Nations.
    The Independence Monument in front of The Mall gardens, was erected at this site, previously held by that of Grand Master Vilhena, to commemorate the 25th Anniversary of Malta’s Independence from the United Kingdom. This monument was modelled by Maltese sculptor John Bonnici, and it is the work of the Italian Foundry Badalotti. The monument was inaugurated on the 23rd September 1989 by President Dr. Censu Tabone.

  • avatar
    • 1 week ago
    • Capture Sam

    I must not have captured an image after the shroud was removed. Thought I did but... maybe not. Oh well the view can be seen 'live' during daylight. EnJoy EnJoy

  • avatar
    • 1 week ago
    • Capture Sam

    9sep19--A lenghty comment but interesting. >>> Locating in this view: ' The Independence Monument '- Half way between the top of the EU flag pole and Saint Publius Parish Church.
    The State of Malta (Maltese: Stat ta’ Malta) was formed on 21 September 1964 as an independent constitutional monarchy. The date continues to be celebrated annually as Independence Day (Maltese: Jum l-Indipendenza), a national holiday in Malta. On 1 December 1964, Malta was admitted to the United Nations.
    The Independence Monument in front of The Mall gardens, was erected at this site, (previously held by that of Grand Master Vilhena), to commemorate the 25th Anniversary of Malta’s Independence from the United Kingdom. This monument was modelled by Maltese sculptor John Bonnici, and it is the work of the Italian Foundry Badalotti. The monument was inaugurated on the 23rd September 1989 by President Dr. Censu Tabone.
    The Independence Monument depicts a lady ( Malta ) stepping forward to Freedom and holding the Maltese national flag. { searches can find images of the statue }
    Sculptor Ġanni Bonnici, whose works filled public places across Malta, has died aged 86. He was born on 4 September 1932. - 17 aug 19.
    One of his most prominent public works is the bronze and marble Independence Monument at the entrance to Il-Mall at Floriana, which was inaugurated in 1989 to mark 25 years since Malta’s independence. The 28-foot high statue was his biggest ever and arguably the tallest statue-based monument in Malta.
    The Independence Monument was shrouded in BLACK from the first day this 'live-cam' came on-line in Ġanni Bonnici's honor. Over this past week-end the shroud has been removed. ( see 'photos' ) I did not want to take away from the joy of the concert during that time. EnJoy EnJoy

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • Jon

    This camera must be located near to the room we were in last year when we stayed in the Phoenicia. We got a great deal for this amazing hotel. From our room which had this view if you looked to the left you could see the top 1/4 of any of the large passenger liners moored in Senglea. Great memories.

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • Michael Nunn

    Wow what a lovely cam thank you to all.

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    • 3 weeks ago
    • Janet sharp

    Great new view, thanks

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    • 3 weeks ago
    • Capture Sam

    27aug19--For an outstanding view of Floriana - Valletta , use the 'locate' function to get the small map, then go to the large google map, next tap for 'street-view'. Just about dead center is an icon for the ( Horse-drawn Carriage {Karozzin} at Valletta ) and find two 360° Photo Spheres, click the one on the right. If this view does not whet your appetite for a visit not much will. EnJoy EnJoy

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    • 3 weeks ago
    • Jon

    Hi DJB; Trust you're keeping well and still enjoying the North East. Have you been to able to visit Malta this year. We gave it a miss this year (2nd time only sine 2004). We're going to Gozo with the family next year so looking forward to that.

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    • 4 weeks ago
    • Patti

    Excelente cámara!!
    Gracias!

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    • 4 weeks ago
    • DEREK JAMES BEVAN

    Thank you Phoenicia for another great view looking back over the granaries .