The Borobudur, The Temple Of The Buddhist Temples

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1. Borobudur Temple Borobudur is a Buddhist temple located in Magelang, Central Java. Location of the temple is approximately 86 km west of Surakarta, 100 km to the southwest of Semarang and 40 km to the northwest of Yogyakarta. This stupa-shaped temple was founded by Mahayana Buddhists around the year 800 AD during the reign of Shyilendra. Borobudur is also the largest Buddhist temple or temple and Buddhist monument in the world. In its development has not found any written evidence explaining who built the Borobudur and what is its usefulness. Its development time is estimated based on the comparison between the type of script written on Karmawibhangga's closed legs with the type of script commonly used on 8th and 9th century royal inscriptions.…show more content…
Initially the office administration activities were conducted at Semarang Gudang Station (Samarang NIS), but with the rapid development of the railway network, resulted in an increase in the need for large technical personnel and administrative personnel. 4. Rotterdam Fort Ujung Pandang fort (Jum Pandang) or Fort Rotterdam is a fortress of the Gowa-Tallo Kingdom. The location of this castle is located on the west coast of Makassar, South Sulawesi, this fort was built in 1545 by the 9th King Gowa named I manrigau Daeng Bonto Karaeng Lakiung Tumapa'risi 'kallonna. At first this fort was made of clay, but during the reign of King Gowa to 14 Alauddin Sultan's fortress construction was changed to stone padas sourced from Karst Mountains in the Maros region. Ujung Pandang fortress is shaped like a turtle who want to crawl down into the ocean. In terms of form is very clear philosophy of the Kingdom of Gowa, that turtles can live on the sea and on land. So even with the Kingdom of Gowa that triumphed in the sea and land. 5. Maimun…show more content…
This palace is dominated by yellow color which is the color of the greatness of the Malay kingdom, Maimun palace is one of the icons of Medan, North Sumatra. Designed by an Italian architect and built by Sultan Deli, Sultan Mahmud Al Rashid. Construction of the palace was started from August 26, 1888 and completed on May 18, 1891. Maimun palace has an area of 2,772 m2 and 30 rooms. Maimun palace consists of 2 floors and has 3 parts of the main building, left wing building and right wing building. This palace building facing north and on the front side of the building Masjid Al-Mashun or better known as the Great Mosque of Medan. 6. Vrederbug Fort The Kudus Tower Mosque is also called the Al Manar Mosque ("Menara Mosque") is the ancient mosque built by Sunan Kudus since 1549 AD (956 Hijriah). The current location is in Kauman Village, Kudus District, Central Java. There is uniqueness of this mosque because it has a similar tower temple building and architectural patterns that combine the concept of Islamic culture with Hindu-Buddhist culture to show the process of acculturation in Islamic jurisdiction. The establishment of the Kudus Tower Mosque is inseparable from the role of Sunan Kudus as the founder and founder. Like other Walisongo, Sunan Kudus uses a cultural (cultural) approach in preaching. 7. Taman
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