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Wonderful!

I’ve visited all the megalithic temples on Malta as well as Gozo and loved them all equally! This... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
tosiapuccini
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Birkirkara, Malta
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Ta'Hagrat Temples, Mgarr

Not easy to find...Not much information available.. found it closed...site doesn't look very... read more

Reviewed 20 March 2018
Mario C
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Dingli, null, Malta
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Set in the heart of Mgarr - a village in Northwest Malta - and smaller than most other sites of a similar nature, Ta' Hagrat is home to two well-preserved structures. The site was excavated between 1923 and 1926 with some other minor interventions...more
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I submitted my previous review stating that the energies of the original temple can still be felt. Apparently, the folks at Trip Advisor did not like my spiritual references, so we will see if this one makes it.

Thank fullerabent
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I’ve visited all the megalithic temples on Malta as well as Gozo and loved them all equally! This one is difficult to see as the tickets are available at the City Hall which closes around 15:00 or from a snack bar in the town square,...More

Thank tosiapuccini
Reviewed 20 March 2018

Not easy to find...Not much information available.. found it closed...site doesn't look very welcoming. Should be better mantained

Thank Mario C
Reviewed 12 December 2017

This is a rather small, and not that well preserved neolithic temple. Opening times are limited, however, the site is surrounded by a fence from behind which you still can have a very good view of the temple. There is a bit more information inside...More

Thank Katrien S
Reviewed 7 September 2017

Again Not much information available, down road about 1lm from Skorba Temple this is another small site doesn't look very welcoming or open but you can just push the gate open and go in. A Security guard came out of the hut to check our...More

Thank Cricketman_10
Reviewed 21 July 2017

Went here as we had the Heritage Malta Multi-site pass and it was close to where we were staying but wouldn't have paid to go in otherwise as there isn't too much to see. However there is a good amount of information about the site...More

Thank Benjamin M
Reviewed 7 May 2017

This should be a fantastic attraction, but it is almost always closed, has almost no information provided, is terribly difficult to find if you're not local, and has no facilities.

Thank Oliver C
Reviewed 12 April 2017 via mobile

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

1  Thank MarpleTraveller
Reviewed 11 April 2017

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

Thank Robert B
Reviewed 2 April 2017 via mobile

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

Thank zuni P
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