Floriana - Malta live cam
Panoramic view of Floriana in Malta

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    • 5 months ago
    • JCC

    MSC Grandiosa cruise ship visiting today with 5000 tourists. Entered service last year.

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    • 5 months ago
    • JCC

    17.30 MT Tosca finally in dock with a tight fit and difficult pilotage assisted by 3 tugs. Well done!

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    • 5 months ago
    • JCC

    16.00 MT - Container ship Tosca entering Drydock for refit.

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    • 5 months ago
    • JCC

    Work on the rigs has finished. Palumbo are just getting the parking fees that the Omanis can afford. They are an eyesore.

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    • 7 months ago
    • JCC

    It seems that Palumbo have finished the refit. The rigs owners are just paying berth fees until they decide the location.

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    • 7 months ago
    • Ray

    Just found this camera today, what a great view

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    • 7 months ago
    • DaveS

    Some people's eyesore is another persons daily bread. A long standing argument between Palumbo Ship Builders and residents and politicians. But got to say standing on the Isla Rampart overlooking the yard, there have been a good few rigs over the last few years

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    • 8 months ago
    • Jean

    The oil rigs seem to be a permanent fixture.
    Must have been there at least four years a real blot on the landscape
    It will be great to see the back of them eventually

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    • 8 months ago
    • JCC

    View spoiled by the oil rigs. It has been a long contract When will it end?

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    • 8 months ago
    • Jon

    I know it's not proving to be the most watched camera this one but I for one really appreciate it - great view.

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    • 8 months ago
    • William Clarke

    Hi Derek James Bevan, yes I know the frontage only building, looks very nice when the ships or harbour cruises come in, we have eaten in a couple of the restaurants there and some years ago we were taken on a coach from the hotel to see a show celebrating 1565, complete with horses, canons and pyrotechnics it was somewhere at the rear of that area, been trying to find the programme, but no luck so far.

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    • 8 months ago
    • DEREK JAMES BEVAN

    William? I took some photos in the area one of Triq Vilhena and the block which I believe was damaged badly then rebuilt after the war. It's an area that I have not visited before but this time I had a walk along the bastion overlooking the Pinto wharf, there is one of the merchant buildings that is just frontage no two gable ends high is not obvious from the dock side.

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    • 8 months ago
    • William Clarke

    Derek James Bevan, I see in Carve Malta on my heart, a picture of the bomb damage to the building, gives the address as, Piazza Filippo Sceberras c/o Vilhena Terrace, this is in a section of the book re her friend Tamara Marks, a third section is devoted to Warburton. Been in that area many times, but will seek it out when we come next year, I like Floriana and we always visit the Argotti , St Phillip & Msida Bastion Gardens.

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    • 8 months ago
    • DEREK JAMES BEVAN

    William Clarke. I too had tried to get to find where Christina is buried .I have just finished reading THE Ladies of Lascaris and almost finished Warburton's war. I did go down to the apartment block where Christina lived half the building is occupied by the Italian embassy which is a bit ironic as the Italian air bombed the place while she lived there.

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    • 8 months ago
    • JCC

    The annual Remembrance Service can be seen at the War Memorial Monument by the laying of the wreaths by the Prime Minister and other dignitaries today 11 November on the eleventh hour Malta Time. "We will remember them"

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    • 8 months ago
    • William Clarke

    Derek James Bevan, Your comments re Christina Ratcliffe reminded me of our efforts to find her grave in Floriana & Pieta some years ago, after being given information we found it at Santa Marija Addolorata cemetery in Pawla. It is in the east division section MA-D grave 4. Buried in the Government section having died alone in 1988, she was re-interned in 1993 after relatives and friends raised funds for her own grave. Inscribed on the headstone is, Christina of George Cross Island. Awarded the BEM in 1943, that is on display in the Malta War Museum. The love of her life Adrian Warburton, highly decorated WW2 pilot, a celebrated couple in Malta, Warburtons remains were found in Bavaria in a downed USA Lightning in 2002, believed shot down in April 1944. Further info in, Carve Malta on my heart, by Frederick R. Galea & Warburton's War by Tony Spooner DSO DFC.