• Mary Pieta Statue in Soppeng

    Religious Tourism with Historical in South Sulawesi   The statue was imported directly from the Vatican in the Dutch colonial period. The existence of the statue in Soppeng is unintentional. The local priest, Pastor Emmanuel Asi ‘mentions that the statue was imported directly from the Vatican in the Dutch colonial period. In fact the colonial nations […]

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  • Sumur Gumuling

    Sumur Gumuling was a mosque with deep architecture philosophies. The main gate is only one to enter and exit, the philosophy is that human is created by God and human will return to God. The real sumur (well) is located in the middle of the building and on the upper part there are stairs to […]

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  • Gampingan Temple

    Not all temples have typical, beautiful relief since generally they are decorated with statues and general relief as those found in almost all other temples. One of the temples with specific, beautiful relief is Gampingan, a temple that was incidentally found by a brick craftsman in Gampingan Village, Piyungan, Bantul in 1995. Small and incomplete, […]

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  • agung temple

    Agung Temple

    Agung Temple is a small Hindu temple site located in Malang River region, Central Amuntai districts, Hulu Sungai Utara, South Kalimantan. The temple is estimated relics of the kingdom Country Dipa whose existence contemporaneous with the kingdom of Majapahit Agung Temple is a relic of Empire State Amuntai Dipa Khuripan built by Professor Jatmika XIV […]

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    Muara Takus Temple

    Muara Takus temple is located in the village Muara Takus, District Thirteen Koto Kampar, Kampar, Riau Province. The distance from Pekanbaru, the capital of Riau province, about 128 Km. To Muara Takus can only be done by road namely from Pekanbaru to Bukittinggi in Muara Mahat. From Muara Mahat via a small road leading to […]

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    Bahal Temple

    The temple is located in the village Bahal Bahal, District Alternating Padang, South Tapanuli, North Sumatra, which is about three hours drive from Padangsidempuan. This temple is a temple complex (in local terms is called Biaro) is the largest in the province of North Sumatra, because of its area surrounding the temple complex of Bahal […]

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