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Borġ in-Nadur Temples

Borġ in-Nadur Temples

These temples ruins are situated in the southern area of Malta and are important because they appear to reveal not only a four-apse temple (c.2000 BC), but also a fortified, Bronze Age domestic settlement.

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Buġibba Ancient Temples

Buġibba Ancient Temples

The Buġibba Temple, which is preserved in the grounds of the hotel, belongs to the same category of pre-historic monuments as Tarxien and Ħaġar Qim in Malta and Ġgantija in Gozo.

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Clapham Junction

Clapham Junction

The most impressive and dense concentration of these cart ruts are on scrubland south of Buskett Gardens, an area known as Clapham Junction.

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Ġgantija Temples

Ġgantija Temples

Ġgantija Temples are one of the most important archaeological sites in the world and date from around 3600 to 3200 BC. Due to the gigantic dimensions of the megaliths, locals believed that the temples were the work of giants.

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Ħaġar Qim

Ħaġar Qim

The temple of Ħaġar Qim (c. 3600 - 3200 BC) stands on a hilltop overlooking the sea and the islet of Filfla. The temple itself consists of a single temple unit, although it is not clear if it was originally constructed as a four or five-apse structure.

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Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum

Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum

The Hypogeum, or underground cavity, is a unique monument and superb example of architecture in the negative. Excavation has yielded a wealth of archaeological material including pottery, human bones, personal ornaments such as beads and amulets, little carved animals and larger figurines.

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Is-Salib Standing Stone (Menhir)

Is-Salib Standing Stone (Menhir)

Is-Salib Standing Stone (Menhir) is a 10' high square-sectioned stone pillar. The name (meaning 'The Cross') refers to a cross that was once mounted on its top rather than to either of the two that can be seen engraved on its face near the base.

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Kordin III

Kordin III

Three prehistoric megalithic temples once stood at Corradino Heights overlooking the Grand Harbour. They have been named Kordin I, II and III. Today only one has survived the test of time - Kordin III.

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Mnajdra Temples

Mnajdra Temples

Mnajdra sits tucked in a hollow in the cliffs on Malta’s southern coast. The site is probably the most atmospheric of all of Malta’s temples, as it lies in an isolated position on a rugged stretch of coast overlooking the isle of Filfla.

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San Pawl Tat-Tarġa Cart Ruts

San Pawl Tat-Tarġa Cart Ruts

The Cart Ruts on the Naxxar Gap (San Pawl tat-Tarġa) are spectacular when combined with the geology of the area. Located on the Great Fault line, the ruts themselves can be very narrow but still deep.

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