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See the sunset on the observation deck of the Egyptian templein Madrid, Spain

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On the terrace of the ancient Egyptian temple you will see the most beautiful sunset in Madrid.
How to see the sunset on the observation deck of the Egyptian temple in Madrid
Temple of Debod (Tempo de Debod) is located in Parque de Oeste to the west of the Plaza de España, close to the Royal Palace. This is a unique place for Spain, because this Temple of Debod was built over 2000 years ago in Egypt, and only in the last century, because of the threat of flooding, was presented to the Spain by authorities of Egypt.

Rise on the terrace of the Temple of Debod in the evening - you will have not only a wonderful view of the area but also you will see the most beautiful sunset in Madrid.

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#6Debod Temple in MadridDebod Temple

The unique building for Spain, which was built in Egypt about 2000 years ago and was dedicated to the goddess Isis. Now it is located in the West Park.

Open hours: from 10:00 am to 2:00-8:00 pm

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Guest18 January 2021

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