Candi Morangan is situated in Morangan Village, Sindhumartani, Ngemplak, Sleman regency, Jogja, Indonesia. This temple is located at the north most from all temples discovered in the region. Morangan is the closest temple to the phenomenon Merapi Mountain.
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Candi Asu Sengi is an old Mataram remain, from Sanjaya dynesty or known as Mataram Hindu. It is situated at the western slope of Gunung Merapi, on the side of Pabelan river, notably in Sengi Village, Dukuh, Magelang Regency, Central … Continue reading
From Selogriyo, one can see Mt Sumbing standing strong on the west, and sometimes the summit is covered by white bloud. While on the east, there is a green terraces of rice paddy field with Gunung Merapi, Gunung Merbabu, Gunung … Continue reading
Masjid Menara Kudus has a distinct gate unlike most of mosques in Indonesia. The gate and tower were made of red rock blocks, that may look like East Java hindu temples. In Ramadhan, the fasting month, people flock to this temple. Not only … Continue reading
According to legend, this mosque was erected by all of wali songo, nine saints that spreaded Islam over Java, only in one night. Demak chronicle shows that Demak Mosque was built in 1399 Saka or 1477 by candra sankalan ‘lawanh … Continue reading