OoT 3D is certainly a good remake and I would recommend it to anyone who enjoyed the original. This is just my personal view of what I consider to be the best crafted dungeon in the series and how messing with a few details can ruin a great picture. I played the original OoT on N64 a ton of times and know this dungeon like the bottom of my hand. This area marked me in a different way than any other temple, it just felt completely different somehow. Things like the spirit temple were obviously well-conserved in some way, the walls look nice, everything looks clean and it seems like a place you would want to visit on a trip to Hyrule and take nice pictures of to show your family.
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After completing the Water Temple, return to Kakariko Village to watch a cutscene and learn a new song from Sheik: the Nocturne of Shadow. Also be sure you've learned the Song of Storms from the guy inside the windmill. This will cause the well to drain, allowing you to enter the mini-dungeon beneath. This isn't a long dungeon, but it is filled with illusions holes and doors that you can't see, as well as fake walls. You're ultimate goal here is to get the Lens of Truth.
At the foot of Death Mountain, rests a small village known as Kakariko Village. It is a peaceful village, shrouded in a mysterious past. In the center of Kakariko Village, lies the well that supplies the inhabitants with precious water.