The cameras are largely hosted by businesses (who have to pay) so expect to see a return on their investment. The Square webcam has had two hosts - Michaels for the longest tome and then the holiday apartment bock next door. In both cases it was said they were taken down due to "renovations", but I could have rebuilt the apartment block in the time it has been down.
Is the St George Square web-cam coming back sometime? Always interesting activity going on in this area, I hope it will be back soon. Also the under-water web-cam watching the fish etc, when will it be back? GAC
Where is the red pillar box in the corner of this webcam. I can hear the sound that has been added, a very busy area today. GAC
How much more pavement is the Cafe Teatro going to take? If they keep on like this there will be no pavement left by the summer.
7feb19--Malta's holiday is in just a couple days. Interesting reading about the 10th of February. My opinion of the gate is : the gate before the one you are calling the old gate was the best gate, but I like this warmer opening gate too. JMO. EnJoy EnJoy
Geoff I agree the old gate was better but no promise was made to return to it.What you see is what you get.
I thought that when they pulled down the magnificent stone archway at the entrance to Valletta to build the monstrosity of a vanity project called the parliament building,that the plan was to restore the arch to its original site...so whats gone wrong
Wishing All Skyliners and People of Malta A Very Happy, Healthy & Prosperous 2019. Cisk from the UK.
1-2dec18,,It has been an exciting year for Malta and Valletta, emmanuela. I just moments before now was viewing the Triton Fountain fully functioning and illuminated and was disappointed when the fountain was not lit when I opened this feed. ;-( -- mid-night -- EnJoy EnJoy -Thank You our host - 'The Wembley Store
where's the rest of Valetta webcams? there will be big celebrations going on December 18th for the close of Valetta European Capital 2018 and I for one would like to watch them.
no sound! pls check!
Still no sound
15nov18--Seen in the upper right through Valletta City Gate is The Triton Fountain ( really stands out at night ). Mid-picture is The Parliament House (Maltese: Il-Parlament il-Ġdid, meaning "The New Parliament") is the meeting place of the Parliament of Malta. The building was constructed between 2011 and 2015 to designs by Renzo Piano as part of the City Gate Project, which also included building a new City Gate and converting the ruins of the Royal Opera House into an open-air theatre. Most of the building is closed off for security reasons, but a permanent exhibition on the ground floor is open to the public. The Royal Opera House, also known as the Royal Theatre (Maltese: It-Teatru Rjal), was an opera house and performing arts venue in Valletta. The theatre received a direct hit from aerial bombing in 1942 during World War II. Prior to its destruction, it was one of the most beautiful and iconic buildings in Valletta. After several abandoned plans to rebuild the theatre, the ruins were redesigned by the Italian architect Renzo Piano and in 2013 it once again started functioning as a performance venue, called Pjazza Teatru Rjal. Wiki has info and pictures. EnJoy EnJoy