The Triton Fountain, giving its name to the square where it is located, is a symbol of the entrance to Valletta. It was unveiled in 1959 and remains one of Malta’s most important modernist landmarks. It is a reference to the connection the city, having
The Valletta City Gate is the main entrance to the capital city. It is located in the centre of the land-facing fortifications of the city, and serves as the principal entryway to Valletta for tourists and locals alike. It connects Triton Square to Republic Street.
The land formation between Għajn Tuffieħa Bay and the edge of Ġnejna Bay is one of the most spectacular view in Malta. The clay hills which adorn the side of Għajn Tuffieħa Bay make for a unique landscape in the Maltese Islands, and is classified
Inaugurated in 2015, the Parliament Building is clad with symbolism. It consists of two blocks connected together with bridges. Its facade is symbolically made of Gozitan limestone, a local material. The design of the building promotes openness: it includes see-through materials in the street-level, and