About 500 metres away from Hagar Qim Temples, one finds Mnajdra Temples, which consist of 3 structures. facing a common oval forecount. The first structure, which is the oldest one, dates back to Ggantija phase (3600 – 3200 B.C.). The South Temple was the second one to be built, was built 3150 – 2500 B.C, followed by The Central Temple, which was built between the first and second structures. The remains of these buildings indicate that these three structures are what was best preserved out of a larger complex of structures. As part of The Megalithic Temples of Malta, Mnajdra is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, these have been described as “an outstanding example of a type of building which illustrates a significant stage in human history”.