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Photos of the week - Times of Malta

18-25 June 2015

Times of Malta presents a selection of its photographers' choice of their best photos over the past days.

Live music fills Valletta’s Strait Street in the first event organised by Strada Stretta Events in collaboration with the Valletta 2018 Foundation. The brass and percussion ensembles of the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Jose Garcia Gutierrez, performed works by Beethoven, Dvorak, Lloyd Webber and others on June 18. Photo: Matthew MirabelliLive music fills Valletta’s Strait Street in the first event organised by Strada Stretta Events in collaboration with the Valletta 2018 Foundation. The brass and percussion ensembles of the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Jose Garcia Gutierrez, performed works by Beethoven, Dvorak, Lloyd Webber and others on June 18. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

Live music fills Valletta’s Strait Street in the first event organised by Strada Stretta Events in collaboration with the Valletta 2018 Foundation. The brass and percussion ensembles of the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Jose Garcia Gutierrez, performed works by Beethoven, Dvorak, Lloyd Webber and others on June 18. Photo: Matthew MirabelliLive music fills Valletta’s Strait Street in the first event organised by Strada Stretta Events in collaboration with the Valletta 2018 Foundation. The brass and percussion ensembles of the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Jose Garcia Gutierrez, performed works by Beethoven, Dvorak, Lloyd Webber and others on June 18. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

Two men enjoy the classical performance by the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra in Strait Street conducted by Jose Garcia Gutierrez, on June 18. Photo: Matthew MirabelliTwo men enjoy the classical performance by the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra in Strait Street conducted by Jose Garcia Gutierrez, on June 18. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

A car collided with a horse drawn ‘karozzin’ in Pieta on June 19. The horse escaped with light injuries. Photo: Chris Sant FournierA car collided with a horse drawn ‘karozzin’ in Pieta on June 19. The horse escaped with light injuries. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

A detail from the Waterloo battlefield recreated by enthusiast Joe Galea Debono on June 19. Photo: Matthew MirabelliA detail from the Waterloo battlefield recreated by enthusiast Joe Galea Debono on June 19. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

With more than 5,000 hand-painted soldiers, the battle of Waterloo is represented in all its glory on the dining room table of enthusiast Joe Galea Debono on June 19. Photo: Matthew MirabelliWith more than 5,000 hand-painted soldiers, the battle of Waterloo is represented in all its glory on the dining room table of enthusiast Joe Galea Debono on June 19. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

With more than 5,000 hand-painted soldiers, the battle of Waterloo is represented in all its glory on the dining room table of enthusiast Joe Galea Debono on June 19. Photo: Matthew MirabelliWith more than 5,000 hand-painted soldiers, the battle of Waterloo is represented in all its glory on the dining room table of enthusiast Joe Galea Debono on June 19. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

A diorama with more than 5,000 hand-painted soldiers represents the relative positions of the Napoleonic French army (in blue) and the British army (in red) and those of its allies – the Dutch, Belgians, Brunswickers and King’s German Legion –in the opening phase of the battle of Waterloo, created by enthusiast Joe Galea Debono on June 19. Photo: Matthew MirabelliA diorama with more than 5,000 hand-painted soldiers represents the relative positions of the Napoleonic French army (in blue) and the British army (in red) and those of its allies – the Dutch, Belgians, Brunswickers and King’s German Legion –in the opening phase of the battle of Waterloo, created by enthusiast Joe Galea Debono on June 19. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

Enthusiast Joe Galea Debono displays one of the 5000 hand painted figures, which make up the diorama of the battle of Waterloo. Mr Galea Debono has painstakingly painted each soldier during the weekends over a period of 12 years. Photo: Matthew MirabelliEnthusiast Joe Galea Debono displays one of the 5000 hand painted figures, which make up the diorama of the battle of Waterloo. Mr Galea Debono has painstakingly painted each soldier during the weekends over a period of 12 years. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

A busker stands statuesque in Republic Street Valletta on June 19. Photo: Chris Sant FournierA busker stands statuesque in Republic Street Valletta on June 19. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

Women try their luck at bingo at the La Vallette Band Club in Valletta on June 19. Photo: Chris Sant FournierWomen try their luck at bingo at the La Vallette Band Club in Valletta on June 19. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

A protester at the demonstration against ODZ development organized by the Front ODZ in Valletta on June 20. Photo: Chris Sant FournierA protester at the demonstration against ODZ development organized by the Front ODZ in Valletta on June 20. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

Protesters hold up placards at the ODZ protest in Valletta on June 20. Photo: Chris Sant FournierProtesters hold up placards at the ODZ protest in Valletta on June 20. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

The Indian Navy’s magnificent three-masted training barque, the INS Tarangini, calls at the Grand Harbour on June 21 whilst on an eight-month trip that will see her visit 17 ports in 14 countries and take part in races. The Tarangini, launched in 1995, was the first Indian naval ship to circumnavigate the globe, carrying a crew of 75. She has visited Malta before, in 2007. Photo: Matthew MirabelliThe Indian Navy’s magnificent three-masted training barque, the INS Tarangini, calls at the Grand Harbour on June 21 whilst on an eight-month trip that will see her visit 17 ports in 14 countries and take part in races. The Tarangini, launched in 1995, was the first Indian naval ship to circumnavigate the globe, carrying a crew of 75. She has visited Malta before, in 2007. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

A sailing boat moves gracefully across the beautiful blue sea next to Filfla on June 23. Photo: Matthew MirabelliA sailing boat moves gracefully across the beautiful blue sea next to Filfla on June 23. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

Tourists board a sightseeing bus after arriving in Valletta's Grand Harbour on a cruise ship on June 24. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiTourists board a sightseeing bus after arriving in Valletta's Grand Harbour on a cruise ship on June 24. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Tourists at the Upper Barrakka Gardens in Valletta photograph the view on June 24. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiTourists at the Upper Barrakka Gardens in Valletta photograph the view on June 24. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi
 

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