A Malta temple tour is a must for anyone who visits this beautiful Mediterranean island. You can take a tour to see Mnajdra and Hagar Qim Temples among the most ancient religious sites on Earth. They are the first stone buildings of such architectural complexity, anywhere in the world.
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You will not find anything like them anywhere else on earth. They are built in different locations over a wide span of years each site has its unique characteristics but share the same architecture.
Ghar Dalam cave and museum is also a unique location. You can see the remain of the earliest evidence of human settlement on these islands around 7400 years back were discovered.
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Immerse into the unique prehistoric cave the ‘Cave of Darkness’ as a literal translation of the Maltese name Ghar Dalam. Discovered in the second half of the 19th century several excavations revealed animal bones, human remains and artefacts. The cave is 144 metres deep but you can only walk up to the first 70 metres.
Through the excavations the classification of the different layers revealed the history of these islands. The layers revealed remain of foxes, hippos, dwarf elephants, deer, dwarf red deer, hippopotami, micro-mammals, birds apart from others. Most of the discoveries can be seen at the museum upon entering the site.
Described by UNESCO as "unique architectural masterpieces”. Such a small island with temples among the most ancient religious sites on Earth. Hagar Qim and Mnajdra Temples are separated from each other by 500 metres, are among seven temples inscribed since 1981. They enjoy magnificent
Go back in time with an experienced tourist guide by visiting first interpretation centre to give you an explanation about the sites. You will notice that due to signs of wear both temples have been covered with a protective covering to conserve them for the long term as they are considered as international heritage for all humanity. Enjoy this treat.