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Just allowing 80 guests per day, tickets should be reserved ahead of time for an allotted schedule opening. This ancient underground entombment chamber was found coincidentally in the mid 1900s during development work. Dating back to around 4,000 BC to 2,500 BC, this UNESCO site is said to have had the remains of more than 7,000 individuals scattered between its various degrees of loads. With ochre-painted images still noticeable on the dividers and carvings in the brick work, this ghostly yet dynamite place was the revelation site of Malta's currently celebrated 'Sleeping Lady' design.