On St Julians road, located near to the restaurants, there is a very curious little bridge. The word "LOVE" appears written on one side of the bridge, written upside down, and when the sun shines it is projected so that it can be read correctly. How very romantic! Also there is no love padlocks hooked, and the view from the bridge is very nice, a small harbor with small boats.
In the Republic Square of Valletta still has a figure of Queen Victoria, ruler of Britain between 1837 and 1901, and Empress of India from 1877, to its end. In fact, quite a few Maltese refer to this agora as Queena Plaza. The great stone queen does not lack detail, with a crown on her head, a lock of loose hair, and a scepter in her right hand resting on her lap. The left, meanwhile, rises gently in the direction of her head, as if in kindness or blessing. Her cloak falls gently on the pedestal, and a podium on which rests sitting on a solid chair decorated with two lateral flowers. Carved in marble, the granddaughter of George III boasts a privileged position in the square, located above all the heads on a sturdy pedestal built on the same material. An inscription sings the praises of the ruler. "Augusta Victoria" begins in Latin. In another, podium walls which are cast in metal can be the shield, and two lions stand guard on their hind legs.