Binġemma is a small Maltese village, located on the outer limits of Mgarr and boasting beautiful country scenery. But some of its most fascinating features can’t be seen by scanning the horizon. Just across the view of the land below, there’s a series of prehistoric tombs and cave dwellings.
These troglodytic sites stretch across different levels. Some are fairly shallow, whereas others contain corridors that wind their way into even further caves and chambers.
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