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This temple is in Mgarr and is only open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. If you are conversant with the Temple culture in the Maltese Islands it is a good place to visit to help complete the timeline. If not it may not mean much. The...More
Difficult to find, need GPS. In a housing area, end of short street, virtually no parking., not open on Sunday we were there. Through the gate we could see piles of rocks that are the remains of these ancient peoples builds. Probably could miss if...More
Not only was this uncovered and open to the air... it was just so perfect. No reconstruction. Natural . Felt real
The young lady that Saturday caught me in an emotional moment due to my dying father. I began to weep and she was so...More
We took the number 101 bus to Imgarr Square and found the office for tickets to the temple. We walked a short way to the temple. This temple is not so big as others on Malta but interesting and not many people there so it...More
Not a great deal to see, but still fascinating for the archaeological enthusiast. Not the easiest places to find but worth the perseverance. Also see it's sister site at Skorba Temples, about a 20 mins walk to the next village then up the hill.
This is a small temple site, there are a few boards up but they don't give much information. You can see how the temple was set out quite easily. It doesn't look very welcoming or open but you can just push the gate open and...More
Although a relatively small area, this temple, with it's impressive entrance with steps, is said to have been in honor of the element of earth and connected to harvest. Just looking around, you can see fields in the distance which suggests this is a fertile...More
We bought tickets at 7€ at the City Council accross the Street from Mgarr Church from a kind, young lady who forgot to mention to ring the bell at the entrance if nobody was there to let us in and since no sign encouraged us...More
These two temples are surely much smaller than the other ones like Tarxien and less impressive at the first sight.
Fortunately they are open for tourists, because fascinated by the prehistoric heritage of Malta, we didn’t want to miss the opportunity to see more of...More