|Not all older roadsigns are shot down yet.
We had a second spotter on the islands and she came back with two
The first coming from the main island resembles very much
some older panels from Italy.
The second find comes from Gozo. Ask people
around you about Gozo and count the answers. You probably won't get far.
Gozo is one of the three islands making the Republic of Malta.
The other islands are Malta and Comino. (See, this site boasts valuable information.)
||The children's crossing sign from Gozo
was attached below a no-parking sign (except for un/loading).
It's not clear if this explains the diamond shape - Remind the
schoolbus stop in Italy which is also indicated with a
shape deviating from the usual triangle. I think it's an old forgotten sign :
it hangs at a considerable height and the detail in the drawing
comes, no doubt, from times long past.
One last observation: the girl isn't walking. She poses
like a ballerina. Find other signs with remarkable detail
in Turkey, Denmark,