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Triq Hagar Qim, Qrendi, Island of Malta QRD 2501, Malta
All reviewshagar qimtemple complexaudio guideoverlooking the seaeuro ticketancient historyfuture generationsblue grottoawe inspiringentrance feeworth the tripsmall islandsmall museumdingli cliffsgolf carthop on hop off buswell worth the visit
Definitely worth a few moments to stop and think. Once you realize that parts of those are older than the pyramids, and all of this was made by human hand only, it strucks you how amazing is the mystery of the past. Really nice place.
I came here with my wife and daughter but only I went around. Not a place everyone will appreciate but I certainly did. Got a bottle of water before I went exploring and glad I did. There are certain parts of the temple you can...More
The megalithic worshippers certainly knew how to pick their spots. The view from the Mnajdra temple, down the hill from Hagar Qim temple is spectacular. All we can do is imagine at its significance. What do we really know about it all. The temple complex...More
After visiting hagar qim we walked down the hill to this temple. Entry is €10 to both. The views are stunning. There is a little off path walk you can do if you have time and a little picnic area. The temple is impressive but...More
This was an amazing place to visit and I highly recommend it. There was a lot more there than I thought there would be. These structures are older than Stonehenge. Just to be able to walk among and touch these ruins where people had so...More
A day out which was worth every penny. To walk amongst some of the oldest structures on earth was awe inspiring. Our boys aged 14 and 11 loved it.
Recommend this as a tour or independently. We took a taxi to the site then a...More
The temples are visitable in the Hagar qim archaeological park, are simply wonderful, it is astonishing how thousands years ago people "supposed" primitive could build such big and solid structures, with perfect astronomical alignments to the equinoxes or to the solstices, this requires a very...More
My wife and I visited the Hagar Qim and Mnajdra temple ruins while staying a week in Valletta, and were impressed with the skill the ancient builders apparently mus have had while constructing the temples. If yu are reluctant to take the stroll down to...More