The Mnajdra temple complex would be an ideal historical destination to visit on your Family Holidays Malta. This megalithic group of temples are considered one of the Earth’s most religious sites which were described as unique masterpieces in architecture by the committee on World Heritage Sites which has included the complex in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It would be a thrilling experience to visit a site built in the 4th millennium BCE during your Family Holidays Malta. The very hard coralline limestone was used to build the complex structures. Maximize your time by visiting Hagar Qim megalithic complex which is just 500 metres away.
Your Malta Family Holidays will bring you next to the Tarxien Temples which date back to around 2800 BC. This archaeological complex, which includes three temples structures that are separate but are attached in some ways, is included in the list of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will find out during your Malta Family Holidays that the first temples has the most elaborate decoration but it is the middle temple which has unique three instead of the usual two pairs of apses. It would be so exciting to students of history when they see the intricate stonework on the site which depicts the images of carved domestic animals.
A visit to the Skorba Temples during your Family Holidays Malta would give you a glimpse of the Neolithic culture of Malta. The site is a latecomer compared to the other megalithic sites as it has just been excavated only in the early 60s. It is also a must-visit site during your Family Holidays Malta as it is included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site List. While the temple has not been preserved as well as the other sites, the actual remains from this site have contributed to an important era in history.
Go reward yourself with a visit to the Ġgantija megalithic temple during your Malta Family Holidays which are said to be the most impressive among European prehistory’s list of monuments. The temple’s massive proportions is enough to keep you in awe but once you see how it was constructed when you visit the site during your Malta Family Holidays then you will be more amazed. The temple date is said to originate from the 3rd millennium B.C.
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