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Malta 2. The Hagar Qim and Mnajdra temple complexes on the south west of the main island of Malta

These prehistoric archaeological Neolithic sites are around 4500-5000 years old (2500-3000BC) and were shrines to Mother Earth.

The entrance to Hagar Qim temple and some of the interior stonework

The entrance to Hagar Qim temple and some of the interior stonework


The Mnajdra temple complex looks on to the smallest of the Maltese islands, Filfla, a tiny rock outcrop that itself may have been of ritual importance.

The Mnajdra temple looks on to the smallest of the Maltese islands, Filfla, a tiny rock outcrop that itself may have been of ritual importance.

 

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