Footage of Malta and the capital city of Valletta from the 1930s has recently been making the rounds on Facebook. And it’s making us feel nostalgic for a past that we weren’t even around for.
The video, originally posted by The Kino Library, features footage of people going by their daily lives as they lived it all those years ago, as well as some shots of the unmistakable Valletta streets.
And despite all the progress and development the country has gone through in the 80-something years that have passed since the video was taken, that traditional Valletta charm is pretty much unchanged.
Oh, and there are loads of goats too.
Like, loads. Just wandering down Republic Street. It’s pretty cool.
And if the 1930s doesn’t do much for you, there’s also some cool footage from the 60s available too
In colour. Featuring the good old traditional busses, more karrozzini, some super cool cars and many questionable haircuts.