Valletta
Nostalgic insights! Check out this unique photo from the 1930s of St Ursula Street in Valletta
An era of simplicity and authenticity.

Lyndsey Grima

A charming throwback photo surfaced online on social media, offering a nostalgic glimpse into St Ursula Street in Valletta during the 1930s.

The photo exudes an aura of simplicity and authenticity, capturing the essence of daily life in that era.

Among the various features depicted, the focal point appears to be two shops, one belonging to Persiano and the other to Eddie, as identified by a commenter on social media. This insightful comment adds a layer of personal history to the image, connecting it to the memories of individuals who once roamed these streets.

The social media comment also continued to add that there was an area opposite the shops in which they used to play when they were younger, evoking a sense of camaraderie and playful innocence.

This insightful comment by social media user, ‘Doris Spiteri’ provided a further understanding of the historical photograph which also serves as a reminder of the enduring power of nostalgia.

21st February 2024


Lyndsey Grima
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