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Temple of Debod

Madrid, Spain
4.4 / 5
Ancient Egyptian temple, which is about 2000 years old. Initially intended for the worship of the god Amun, then became the center of worship of the goddess Isis. The temple was donated to Spain by the Egyptian authorities as a token of gratitude for saving the historical relics that were damaged during the construction of the Aswan Dam. The structure was dismantled into stones, transported to Madrid and installed in West Park.
Temple of Debod
Address:Calle Ferraz, 1, Madrid
Phone:+34 913 66 74 15
Hours:monday: Closed tuesday: 10:00–14:00, 18:00–20:00 wednesday: 10:00–14:00, 18:00–20:00 thursday: 10:00–14:00, 18:00–20:00 friday: 10:00–14:00, 18:00–20:00 saturday: 09:30–20:00 sunday: 09:30–20:00

J. BISBAL
11.11.20

Cool for a couple of pictures at sunset but kind of boring, plus there's no more surrounding water, just empty pits of nothingness. Enter only if you'.. Read more »

Troy Roach
27.09.20

Best spot in Madrid for sunsets. No more water, but there is some after rainy days ?

golam Mahmud
20.09.20

Best place for watch Sunset from the top of the hill .. so refreshing ..❤️❤️

Rusu Codrin Valentin
18.09.20

It's a cool place to visit. It is free and the people there are really nice to you. I've asked for explanations and the ladies there were really happy.. Read more »

Erik Albert
13.09.20

Excellent. No entry fees. Beautiful surroundings.

SvetSy16
16.08.20

Maybe not good season to go in August. There was no water as seen in other photos. But was delighted to see egyptian carvings on the walls.

Megan Rutherford
18.07.20

Nice monument, if you miss going inside its not too big of a deal because then park around it it is lovely! We stayed till sunset and there is people .. Read more »

Carola V
03.07.20

This monument was a gift from Egypt to Spain. Great point to meet up with friends and have a pick nick in the park. It’s easy to get here and one of .. Read more »

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