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Sunda Language (Basa Sunda)

Sunda Language (Basa Sunda)

Sunda Language or Basa Sunda is one of Indonesia’s traditional language which is mix from Malay and Polynesia language from Austronesia. This language has...

Prambanan Temple

Prambanan Temple

Prambanan Temple or Rara Jonggrang is the biggest Hindu Temple complex in Indonesia that was built in 9th Century. This temple is devoted to Trimurti, the three...

The History of Ka Ga Nga Alphabet

The alphabet of local culture in Indonesia were influenced by the Palawa alphabet from India. The script was written in tree bark and bamboo and have been...

Masjid al-Anwar, Revolutionary Headquarters

Masjid al-Anwar, Revolutionary Headquarters

Administratively, the mosque is located in Desa Pesawahan, Telok Betong Selatan, Bandar Lampung, Lampung. A small mosque was originally built in 1839 by a Bugis...

Don Bosco

Don Bosco

Don Bosco Te Huis is located on Tidar Street No. 115, Desa Sawahan, Kecamatan Sawahan, Surabaya, East Java. Its area is  22361m ² and 38500m ² of...

Jamik Air Tiris Mosque

Jamik Air Tiris Mosque

Jamik Air Tiris Mosque One of acculturation form of Malay Islam in Sumatera is Jamik Air Tiris Mosque in Kampar, Riau, about 54 kilometers from Pekanbaru City....

Malam, the Essential Element in Batik Making Process

Malam, the Essential Element in Batik Making Process

Batik is authentic Indonesian heritage which has been recognized by UNESCO. Batik is one of traditional fabric which became the pride of Indonesian because of...

Sawentar Temple

Sawentar Temple

Located in Sawentar Village, Kanigoro, Blitar, East Java, Sawentar Temple was covered up by the lava and on the 1915 PJ Perquin founded this temple. The...