National Museum of Archaeology Malta
A brief history
Around 17000BC, Malta was connected to Sicily & Italy, due to the ice age that was current at that time. The Med was also a sealed off section of water. This changed by about 7000BC. It appears Malta was inhabited from somewhere around this time. Malta has the Worlds oldest religious structures (Ggantija; Mnajdra). This fact alone makes the Museum of Archaeology in Malta an extremely interesting place to visit.
I took several hundred photos, and picked a small selection to post here. If you’d like high resolution photos of any of my work head over to www.simonbellphotographer.com and drop me a line via the ‘contact me’ form.
Hope you like the photo tour of Malta’s National Museum of Archaeology!