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Temple of Debod

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España obtuvo en 1968 el templo de Debod, en agradecimiento por la ayuda prestada en el salvamento de Abu Simbel. Reconstruido y abierto al público desde 1972, el templo de Debod constituye uno de los pocos testimonios arquitectónicos egipcios que pueden verse completos fuera de Egipto.
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José Antonio
José Antonio
February 5, 2020
Egyptian Temple in the city center, espectacular view during the sunset
Maria Jose
Maria Jose
November 15, 2019
In addition to beeing an astonishing reconstruction of an ancient Egiptian Temple, it has one of the best views in Madrid, specially for sunsets.
Akora
Akora
October 22, 2019
Ancient Egyptian temple donated by the Egyptian State in 1968 as sign of gratitude for the help provided by Spain in saving the Abu Simbel temples.
Daniel
Daniel
October 17, 2019
Must see the sunset from here!
Max
Max
May 23, 2019
Egyptian temple of the 2nd century BC that was donated by Egypt to Spain in gratitude for the help given to save the temples of Abu Simbel together with UNESCO in 1968. DO NOT MISS THE SUNSET!!

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Ubicación
1 Calle Ferraz
Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid 28008
Teléfono+34 913 66 74 15
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