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Candi Gayatri: A Queen's Forgotten Shrine

Tulungagung (literally “The Great Water-Source”) is a regency of East Java, situated to the south of Kediri. This region is well off-the-radar of travellers and only a handful of Western travellers are likely to pass through each year; in numerous trips through Java, it never made it onto our itinerary. 687 more words

Java

The Last of the Singosari Temples

There are four Singosari temples which have survived to the present day (five if you count Candi Jawi, which was built as a monument to the final Singosari king, … 925 more words

Singosari

Candi Sawentar: Half-Buried in Ash

In terms of temples in the Blitar area, the main drawcard is undoubtedly Candi Penataran, which is easily the single most impressive temple complex in all East Java. 585 more words

Java

Candi Kidal and Jago: Monuments to the God-Kings

In the villages around the modern city of Malang are a number of temples dating back to the Singosari kingdom, also known as the Singasari or Singhasari. 3.105 more words

Java

The Keraton of Singasari

Situated 12 kms outside of Malang on the road to Pasuruan, Singosari is an unexceptional Javanese village in most respects. However, the humble appearance of the village today belies its great importance in history. 476 more words

Java

Lomba Photo Pesona Singhasari

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