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Maltese Roadworks Uncover Shelter With Carvings

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  1. GRW

    GRW Pillboxologist WW2|ORG Editor

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    Some beautiful work here-
    "Earlier this week, Infrastructure Malta announced that during the re-construction of a new road in Pieta’, a WW2 Shelter with Religious Carvings was discovered, and that discussions are in place to conserve this incredible find in the best way possible.
    The Archdiocese of Malta’s Official Photographer Ian Noel Pace, has taken a couple of photos revealing the detail of this shelter complete with ‘door numbers’'.
    https://bay.com.mt/in-pictures-more...UdjxcO3AsLYdJOFLKKw9vQWzxwbs-t7RmZLG69tJAUn9I
     
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    sounds like a movie ......what an incredible ''story'' Malta was in WW2
    ..I take it they were made during the siege?
     
  3. GRW

    GRW Pillboxologist WW2|ORG Editor

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    I would think so.
     

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