Over the weekend I revised my plans for photos to share on this blog and in doing so I also came up with a themed schedule for the days of the week where I plan to write something. Mondays will be for the series of chapel photos from my long term project, which I realise I haven’t shared from in a while (excluding last week’s photo of the Siġġiewi parish church, but that doesn’t count, does it?).
Today’s photo shows the chapel dedicated to St Anthony the Abbot, in Mosta. It’s a pretty little church, originally in the outskirts of Mosta, on the way to Naxxar. It’s practically all built up between these two towns now, so this feels very much within Mosta. Those who would like more information on this chapel should take a look at the write up (in Maltese) on Kappelli Maltin.
I took this photo a few weeks ago on an evening exploration of a few chapels in Mosta. With the current situation there’s very few people about and less traffic, which makes things a bit easier. Sadly, the usual problem of parked cars remains, which often make a revisit necessary (and unlikely to ever result in a positive outcome).