Thursday Doors: Blue Doors in Valletta

More from Malta for this week’s post for Thursday Doors.

I’m glad I decided to group my Maltese doors into colours as it’s made me look more closely at pictures I might otherwise have overlooked.

In putting this post together for Norm’s Thursday Doors I’ve clicked past all doors which are not blue.

Green Doors in Valletta can be seen here.

Next week it’ll be red doors, or yellow, or perhaps brown. Or maybe even those doors which are so old and weather-beaten that you can’t tell what colour they started out as.

All these images were taken in Valletta, or in one of its ‘Three Cities” across the Grand Harbour.


Part of the newly restored 16th century Fort St Angelo:

Blue Doors Fort St Angelo Birgu Valletta Malta Thursday Doors

Blue Doors at the Fort ©HelenBushe


One of the entrances to Fort St Angelo:

Blue Arch Fort St Angelo door historical Valletta iLBirgu Grand Harbour

Big Blue Doors ©HelenBushe


A Sweet Shop in Valletta:

Confectionery Sweetshop Valletta Malta doors

Confectionery Shop ©HelenBushe


I’d love to have seen this one at night:

Blue Door with Coloured Light Bulbs Valletta blue Thursday Doors Malta

Blue Door with Light Bulbs ©HelenBushe


Even the rubbish bags  are blue:

Blue Door and Balcony Valletta Malta Thursday Doors blue

Blue Door and Balcony ©HelenBushe


Back to Fort St Angelo for a closer look at the archway over the “Big Blue Doors” in the second picture:

Blue Arch Fort St Angelo door historical Valletta iLBirgu Grand Harbour

Blue Archway ©HelenBushe

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