The Templo de Debod is an aged Egyptian temple originally constructed in the second century BCE and later remade in Madrid, Spain. The temple was a present from the Egyptian government to Spain for their help in saving historical remains during the building of the Aswan Dam. The temple was rebuilt in the Parque del Oeste and was made available to the public in 1972. Originally, the temple was found 15 km south of Aswan and was dedicated to Isis of Philae. The temple is made of stone and full of drawings, inscriptions and hieroglyphics.
Deborah Temple, the only existing building with Egyptian characteristics in Spain. It's incredible to say online that they moved from Egypt. Not very big, you can feel the vicissitudes of history.
DE wave high temple stands at the top of the hill, the style is very simple of primitive simplicity, architectural style of ancient Egypt, see introduction know moved out of Egypt, before is located in the Banks of the Nile, and there are 2000 years old, is really quite old. DE temple surrounded by green water, appear very chic, to the reflection of symmetrical scene shooting pictures. This temple is free and open, can be in, but needs to be stressed the point that its opening time is very strange, there was a time in the afternoon is not open, so if you have in the plan, must be good, be sure to check in advance open time arrangement, dont flapping empty air. Debords park overlooking the distant Madrid palace and the temple al MuDeNa cathedral or nice view!
Египетский храм, насчитывающий более 2000 лет. Перенесен сюда с первоначального места в дар Испании за помощь в сохранении древних памятников.
The Temple of Deborah stands on the top of a hill. Its style is simple and simple. It has the style of ancient Egyptian architecture. Look at the introduction, it was moved from Egypt. It used to be located on the Nile River, and it has an ancient building with a history of 2000 years. It is quite historical. The Temple of Debo is surrounded by green water, which is very unique. This temple is free of charge and can be visited inside. But it needs to be emphasized that its opening time is very strange. It is not open for some time in the afternoon. So if you have a plan to visit the temple, you must check the opening time in advance.
Temple of Debod - Egypt's gift to Spain, a 2,000-year-old building that was moved from Egypt to Madrid and carefully rebuilt, is one of the few cultural relics that can be seen outside Egypt. There are free visits, but we are not in a hurry anyway. We also lined up to enter the temple. It took only 5 minutes to visit the temple for half an hour. In fact, there is really nothing interesting in it. The interior is very small. It has models, video projection and audio-visual equipment. It shows some ancient Egyptian history and culture in the form of multimedia. Compared with the beautiful outside, it is said that Madrid is the best place to watch the sunset. When the sun shines on the remains of the pool, it has a unique taste of traveling to Egypt. [Debo Temple] Location of scenic spots: Paseo del Pintor Rosales, 2,28008 Madrid Traffic: Plaza de Espa & #241; a Station on Metro Line 3 and 10; Bus 74, 25, 33, 39, 46, 74, 75, 148 Tickets: Free Opening Time: April 10-September 30 (Tuesday-Friday), 10:00-14:00, 18:00-20:00; October 1-March 31, 9:45-13:45, 16:15; Saturday, Sunday, 10:00-10:00 Closed on Monday and Holidays
The Temple of Deborah is the site of an Egyptian Temple presented to the King of Spain by the Egyptian King at that time. It is located on a hill near the Palace of Barcelona. The temple has a history of more than 4,000 years. It's very beautiful at dusk. It's also the best place to overlook Madrid. Every day, there are many tourists waiting to watch the sunset. It's really beautiful.
是马德里市中心的一座真正的法老神庙。但这并不是它的主要兴趣所在，最好是从毗邻的花园里观赏，卡萨德坎波（Casa de Campo）的景色，卡萨德坎波是城市中心的一片真正的森林，在马德里的欧洲，每平方米的绿地面积更大。卡萨德坎波公园的景色是华丽的，参观时，理想的伸展你的腿。在23岁的Calle Luisa Fernanda，参观Viena Cafe，从Viena Capellanes的专营权，这是一份11至14欧元的菜单，第一道菜；第二道菜，甜点和面包，经过一个早上的坦布罗德花园散步。
I like this monument and statue. It's worth visiting. You can feel the time that ancient Egypt left on the stones. If you have enough time, you can visit them separately during the day and at night. I think if I lived there, I would probably like to stay here for a whole day.