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Temple of Debod, Madrid: 40 reviews and 67 photos

  The entrance sign (me at the glass)
by SirRichard

Templo de Debod is an old egyptian temple dedicated originally to the cult of Ammon and Isis, built 2.200 years ago.
It was donated to the spanish government by Egypt to thank us for the help Spain gave to rescue the Abu Simbel temple from the waters in 1968.
Free entrance. Monday and public holidays closed. Weekends open only in the mornings.

Address: Parque del Oeste
Directions: Cross the Plaza de Espana from Gran Via and at the end turn right. Follow the big avenue and you will find it at your left.
Phone: +34 913 66 74 15

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  • Written Jun 13, 2003
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