Valetta Harbour, Malta, c1856. Engraving after a painting, 'The Grand Harbour of Malta from the Corradino Point', showing ships in the bustling port. During the Crimean War, Malta was a convenient staging post on the way to the Black Sea. From The Illustrated London News, 8 March 1856.
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