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Something unexpected very close to the royal palace. A reconstruced ancient egyptian temple dedicated to the god Amun. Originally built in 200 bc and relocated to Madrid as a thank you from the Egyptian government after the the Aswan Dam was flooded.
This was around...More
It was fun to explore this site considering the history of the temple. Easy to get to. The surroundings of the temple is a pretty large park so one can sit and take a break. It also has a nice view behind the temple and...More
This is a must see sight in Madrid with an interesting history. The temple itself is beautiful and the park around it offers great views. I was just disappointed that there was no water so the sight didn't look as nice as I've seen in...More
We visited the templo a couple of days ago at night and were disappointed that it is closed for an indefinite period of time. The water has been drained as well. It is still nice to see, and the park surrounding it is beautiful. I...More
Response from c1defence | Reviewed this property |
As most of the previous answers have said that it is an open park. I don't recall any gates anywhere, but it i possible the temple buildings could be closed off for the night, for security and safety of the temple... More
As most of the previous answers have said that it is an open park. I don't recall any gates anywhere, but it i possible the temple buildings could be closed off for the night, for security and safety of the temple structures. Otherwise it should be accessible year round.