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Reviewed 5 April 2018 via mobile

We went there in the evening. It gives a feel of calm and romance. It’s a great place for a wedding proposal.

Thank Raymond V
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Reviewed 4 April 2018 via mobile

A popular park with locals as well as tourists. Local musicians more often than not gather and play in the sun which creates a lovely atmosphere. Unfortunately during this visit in Madrid the temple was closed and the water fountain/pond was in need of attention but still pleasant to sit around and people watch a while with an ice cream bought from the shop across the road.

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Reviewed 3 April 2018

Great view of something that was stolen from its origin and relocated for the EU and visitors can see it. Nice. Not as nice as the Egyptian Museum in San Jose CA, USA. But, it is made with ancient parts stolen from Egypt!

Thank SWEngineer
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Reviewed 3 April 2018 via mobile

The surrounding park and trees made this area a beautiful place to visit, particularly during sunset.
Pros: Not overly crowded, only a short walk from the city centre. Good viewing points near the Templo de Debod.
Cons: When we visited, the Templo de Debod itself was closed although we visited during the ‘visiting hours’ - not sure why (I’ve included a photo of the signage from that day 20/03/2018).

1  Thank Jenny D
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Reviewed 2 April 2018

We stopped here on one of the Hop On Hop Off bus tours and it was a quite amazing place to visit. There are three ancient Egyptian temple buildings rebuilt here in an area with very calm pools and nice walks and fine vistas over Madrid. The interior of the buildings were unfortunately closed over the Easter weekend when we visited, but I'm sure that the insides would be great to see. Well worth a visit.

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