Templewatch Málaga ~ the story so far
On this page you can keep up with the latest news on the construction of the sixth Kadampa Temple for World Peace at KMC Spain in Málaga, and to catch up on any updates you might have missed.
What a privilege to watch something so auspicious, emanating from the heart of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche appear before our very eyes!
The very kind contractors are making tremendous progress with the Temple both outside and in. And they always have time for a wave and a joke when the cameras appear. Meanwhile the vajra seat for the top of the Temple is almost complete as it is coated in copper.
We can only marvel at the speed and attention to detail involved in the construction of sixth Kadampa Temple for World Peace in Málaga.
The dedicated team at Málaga are making tremendous progress on the new Temple. Thank you everyone for your inspiring work and wonderful dedication.
It’s hard to believe how quickly the temple is appearing! With each new video we see tremendous progress being made on all fronts.
The new Temple in Málaga is making extraordinary progress thanks to the efforts of a very professional and dedicated team of workers. How kind they are! Here we see the walls being built for the shrine and prep room, the roof completed and work beginning of the services infrastructure inside.
In this update we see more extraordinary progress on the new Temple in Málaga, with the roof installed, the first stage of the Temple walls underway and great progress on the drainage system.
The last few weeks witnessed much progress with the sixth Kadampa Temple for World Peace, from essential safety work, to rainwater drainage, to preparations for the ceiling, and the appearance of the first wall!
These last two weeks at the site of the sixth Kadampa Temple for World Peace have seen the entire steel structure coated in fire-retardant paint and a concrete deck laid above the veranda around the Temple.
The construction of the sixth Temple for World Peace in Málaga Spain is progressing rapidly, with the steel frame already in place! Now work begins on the roof.
What an extraordinary day! The whole floor had to be laid in one uninterrupted session – 120 trucks of concrete, with everyone working late into the night!