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Skorba Temples

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Small and poorly preserved neolithic temple

This temple is even less well preserved than the Ta'Hagrat temple nearby. Both temples have the... read more

Reviewed 12 December 2017
Katrien S
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Ghent, Belgium
More for the enthusiast really with a combined ticket

Skorba Temples and the Ta' Hagrat Temples can get a combined ticket to see this temple Skorba with... read more

Reviewed 7 September 2017
Cricketman_10
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Nottingham, United Kingdom
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Skorba comprises a megalithic temple and a Neolithic settlement. The former belongs to the three-apsed type and is datable to 3600 to 3200 before Christ. A number of huts were discovered to its west. Their excavation in the 1960s provided a rare...more
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St. Anne Square, Zebbiegh, Mgarr, Island of Malta MGR 2210, Malta
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Reviewed 1 August 2018

You can feel the light of the original temple pouring through the site. Empowering and Aligning- this site can re-boot your energy field.

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Reviewed 15 February 2018

On a cold winter day, I visited the Skorba Temples with a friend of mine from the Czech Republic. It was indeed an amazing experience never to be forgotten. The temples are well preserved and in good shape. All those who are interested in history...More

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Reviewed 12 December 2017

This temple is even less well preserved than the Ta'Hagrat temple nearby. Both temples have the same opening times, which are somewhat limited. However, also this temple one can pretty well see from outside the fence. Worth a visit if you are in the area,...More

Thank Katrien S
Reviewed 7 September 2017

Skorba Temples and the Ta' Hagrat Temples can get a combined ticket to see this temple Skorba with Ta' Hagrat Temple and do both temples easily in the morning but be warned they only open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdays. Unfortunately, there isn’t much to see....More

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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 12 April 2017 via mobile

This Temple is about 1 km from Mgarr, relatively easy to get to by public transport. It has some interpretation boards do but it is nit over tourist oriented. If you are aware of the Temple culture is us important in understanding how they worked...More

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Reviewed 14 March 2017

Here we took the bus out to Imgarr and bought the ticket in the council office, then walked up the main road to the Temple. It took nearly 30 mins to get there in the sunshine. It is a small temple and no other people...More

Thank John B
Reviewed 18 February 2017

Not quite as interesting as the Ta Hagrat nearby but the sheer age and history of this site is impressive. A great deal of imagination required though. Quite difficult to find, a bit up the hill from the cafe on the main street through.

Thank AirlieJock
Reviewed 16 February 2017

This is a small and heavily eroded temple site but worth seeing if you are in the area. There are a few information boards around the site but it is definitely worth reading up on the site before visiting.

Thank jl600393
Reviewed 16 October 2016

Entering this small temple complex, really takes you back in time. In front of the entrance are what are called libation holes. In fact they were probably used to balance energy before you entered the temple; see what you feel by standing over the holes.

Thank kirstine2013
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