Historical Places and Temples

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The Mesjid Ageng The Mesjid Ageng or Grand Mosque is a magnificently large mosque in a unique design that blends Middle East and traditional Javanese architecture. Originally built in 1750, the mosque has become bigger and more majestic as Sunans have made their own additions and renovations over the years. This remains a place of active worship and is still used for royal ceremonies and festivals such as the Sekaten. Visitors are welcome outside of prayer times but are required to dress respectfully, remove their shoes, and wash before entering.
The Mesjid Ageng The Mesjid Ageng or Grand Mosque is a magnificently large mosque in a unique design that blends Middle East and traditional Javanese architecture. Originally built in 1750, the mosque has become bigger and more majestic as Sunans have made their own additions and renovations over the years. This remains a place of active worship and is still used for royal ceremonies and festivals such as the Sekaten. Visitors are welcome outside of prayer times but are required to dress respectfully, remove their shoes, and wash before entering.
Eighth century building (850-930) of the HINDU CULT TEMPLE.
Eighth century building (850-930) of the HINDU CULT TEMPLE.
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The temple was built in the 9th century during the reign of Rakai Garung during the Ancient Mataram Kingdom.
The temple was built in the 9th century during the reign of Rakai Garung during the Ancient Mataram Kingdom.
CETHO is a fifteenth-century Javanese-Hindu temple that is located on the western slope of Mount Lawu on the border between Central and East Java provinces.
CETHO is a fifteenth-century Javanese-Hindu temple that is located on the western slope of Mount Lawu on the border between Central and East Java provinces.
The Mangkunegaran Palace The Mangkunegaran Palace or Pura Mangkunegaran is the other royal palace of Solo. Set within lush gardens and European fountains, this palace was founded by a dissident prince, who in the 18th century, was awarded a portion of the Sunan's (King's) fiefdom to ensure he remained loyal to the Sunan. To symbolize the junior rank of the Mangkunegaran, the palace is set south of the Kasunanan palace.
The Mangkunegaran Palace The Mangkunegaran Palace or Pura Mangkunegaran is the other royal palace of Solo. Set within lush gardens and European fountains, this palace was founded by a dissident prince, who in the 18th century, was awarded a portion of the Sunan’s (King’s) fiefdom to ensure he remained loyal to the Sunan. To symbolize the junior rank of the Mangkunegaran, the palace is set south of the Kasunanan palace.
Ratu Boko is an archaeological site known to modern Javanese as Kraton Ratu Boko’s Palace, meaning "Stork King".
Ratu Boko is an archaeological site known to modern Javanese as Kraton Ratu Boko’s Palace, meaning “Stork King”.
The city named after Chinese voyages Zheng He’s landing in the Central Java. The Temple was built then, to commemorate his visit.
The city named after Chinese voyages Zheng He’s landing in the Central Java. The Temple was built then, to commemorate his visit.
SUKUH is a fifteenth-century Javanese-Hindu temple that is located on the western slope of Mount Lawu on the border between Central and East Java provinces.
SUKUH is a fifteenth-century Javanese-Hindu temple that is located on the western slope of Mount Lawu on the border between Central and East Java provinces.

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