MALTA: Streetart Valletta – Artworks besides History

Valletta is the capital of the island of Malta and is dotted with historic buildings, churches, statues and magnificent monuments. Valletta is, so to speak, the capital, but all the towns and villages on the island have not only grown together to a connected complex over the years, but have also been continually expanded through the centuries with each of the permanent new occupiers into a huge castle-church-island. Valletta is definitely imposing, architecturally beautiful and looks elegant. Which also means that there are hardly any graffiti or streetart to be found here in this quarter.

We’ve still discovered a few artworks, but more likely at or in restaurants. With the second and third STREETART FESTIVAL MALTA in 2014 and 2015, the organizers ADD MORE COLORS brought urban street art also to the historic flagship district. Unfortunately, there’s nothing left to see, or we haven’t found it. But there must have once been a really cool work with rubber bears on the promenade floor. To the main article about the urban artworks or the island with many other galleries you get here: Streetart Malta.


>>> Streetart Malta <<<

>>> Exiles Beach Art <<<

>>> Gżira & Manoel Art <<<

>>> Streetart Valletta <<<

>>> Duck Village <<<

>>> Streetart Sliema <<<

>>> Msida Skate Park <<<

>>> Msida Graff Plaza <<<

>>> Msida Area North <<<

>>> Msida Area South <<<

>>> Msida Area West <<<

>>> Msida Area Center <<<

>>> Streetart Around <<<

>>> Lost Hotels Art <<<

>>> Capital Valletta <<<

>>> Comino & Blue Lagoon <<<

>>> Ta’ Pinu Basilika <<<

>>> Sacred Door Saints <<<

>>> Streetart Gozo <<<

>>> Gozo – Victoria <<<

>>> St. Peter’s Pool <<<

>>> Blue Grotto <<<

>>> Silema & Triq-Ix Xatt <<<

>>> Island Tour <<<