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Old January 20th, 2014, 03:55 PM   #121
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keraton kadriah, Pontianak, West Kalimantan

Pontianak Sultanate was founded in 1771 by explorers from Hadhramaut led by al-Sayyid Syarif Abdurrahman al-Kadrie, descendants of Imam Ali ar-Ridha. He did two political marriage in Kalimantan, first with the daughter of Panembahan Mempawah and the second with the daughter of the Sultan of Banjar.

Once they arrived in Pontianak, they established the Kadariah Palace and get the endorsement as the Sultan of Pontianak by the Dutch East India Company in 1779


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Pura Besakih, the mother temple, foot of mount Agung, Bali

The precise origins of the temple are not clear but it almost certainly dates from prehistoric times. The stone bases of Pura Penataran Agung and several other temples resemble megalithic stepped pyramids, which date back at least 2000 years. It was certainly used as a Hindu place of worship from 1284 when the first Javanese conquerors settled in Bali. By the 15th century, Besakih had become a state temple of the Gelgel dynasty.

It had been nominated as a World Heritage Site as early as 1995, but remains unvested

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Temple of Besakih

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Pura Besakih, the mother temple, foot of mount Agung, Bali pt2

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One of the temples in Pura Besakih temple complex by Alfian Zaini, on Flickr

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the towers are always odd in numbers - Pura Besakih by jayeshsraut, on Flickr
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Pura Pantai Ngobaran - Gunung Kawi, Yogyakarta Special Region, Central Java


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a sacred temple by Stefanus Ajie, on Flickr
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Old January 21st, 2014, 08:04 AM   #125
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Maduranese Palace

Keraton Sumenep, Sumenep, Madura Island, Java

One hundred meters eastern of Adipura Park is the location of Museum and Keraton (Palace) Sumenep. The old building on the right side of the road is a place for keeping a gold carriage, a gift from Queen of England to Sumenep King. Beside that, it is also used to keep other inheritance, like; old chairs, old table and the other inheritance.

Sumenep Royal Palace (Keraton) is listed in front of Museum. This palace was built in 1762 in the reign of Tumengung Arya Nata Kusumo I. It consists of Gate, Pendopo, Palace itself, old Palace and Sare Park. The Gate is located in the left side of the palace. It is a great gate with Europe style. It is popular called Labang Mesem (Smiling Gate), an entrance way to the palace complex.

Pendopo ( a meeting hall ) is a hall placed in the center of palace complex used for holding a meeting. It is a simple but unique building completed with beautiful style. The building that related pendopo to the palace called Mandiyoso. It is a building about 25 meters long from the palace to the Pendopo.

Sumenep Palace consist of two floors. The first floor has four rooms. Two of them on the right side and the others on the left. The second floor is a a place for keeping the princesses when they would come to a marriage.

On the right side of the palace there is also an old building named Kantor Koneng. In the last time, it was a palace of Bindoro Saod before he handed to his successor. Now on, it is functioned to keep many kinds of old weapons used in long ago, old traditional ceremony tools, old bracelets and rings of people in the long time and the others. On the back of Kantor Koneng there is a building functioned as museum to. It is used for keep the remnants of Sumenep Royal Palace, the uniform of king, some old chairs and beds, and the new one is a skeleton of hawk found on the Kalianget shore in 1977.

On the left side of Pendopo is Sare Park. It is a park with a small swimming pool of which the water come out from base. In the last time, it was used specially for the princesses.


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Madura Island, Indonesia. by Ronny Haryanto, on Flickr


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Taman Sare Bathing place

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Keraton Sumenep, Sumenep, Madura Island, Java pt2


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Pendopo Agung (Throne room)

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Princess Bedroom
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Kamar yang diintip itu by Miandari Setiarini, on Flickr

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Keraton Sumenep "Cahil Kehe Grand Mosque", Sumenep, Madura Island, Java


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Madura Island, Indonesia. by Ronny Haryanto, on Flickr


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Keraton Sumenep "Cahil Kehe Grand Mosque", Sumenep, Madura Island, Java pt2


http://www.panoramio.com/photo/80638285


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Asta Tinggi Sumenep, Madura Island, Java - The royal graveyard


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Palace of the Bima people

Asi Mbojo, Bima city, NTT islands province - The Palace of the Bima Sultanate Dynasty


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Palace of the Ternate People

Morotai Palace/Kadaton Ternate, Ternate City, Maluku Islands province - Palace of the Built in 1813 by Sultan Muhammad Ali.

The Sultanate of Ternate is one of the oldest Muslim kingdoms in Indonesia, established by Baab Mashur Malamo in 1257. It reached its Golden Age during the reign of Sultan Baabullah (1570–1583) and encompassed most of the eastern part of Indonesia and a part of southern Philippines. Ternate was a world producer of cloves and a major power in the region from the 15th to 17th centuries.

The sultanate was originally named the Kingdom of Gapi, but later change the name base of its capital, Ternate. Ternate and neighbouring Tidore were the world's single major producer of cloves, upon which their rulers became among the wealthiest and most powerful sultans in the Indonesian region. Much of their wealth, however, was wasted fighting each other. Up until the Dutch completed the colonization of Maluku in the 19th century, the Sultans of Ternate ruled empires that claimed at least nominal influence as far as Ambon, Sulawesi and Papua.

In part as a result of its trade-dependent culture, Ternate was one of the earliest places in the region to which Islam spread, probably coming from Java in the late 15th century. Initially, the faith was restricted to Ternate's small ruling family, and spread only slowly to the rest of the population.
The royal family of Ternate converted to Islam during the reign of King Marhum (1465–1486); his son and successor, Zainal Abidin (1486–1500) enacted Islamic Law and transformed the kingdom into an Islamic Sultanate; the title Kolano (king) was then replaced with Sultan.

The peak of Ternate's power came near the end of the sixteenth century, under Sultan Baabullah (1570–1583), when it had influence over most of the eastern part of Sulawesi, the Ambon and Seram area, Timor island, parts of southern Mindanao and as well as parts of Papua. It frequently engaged in fierce competition for control of its periphery with the nearby Sultanate of Tidore. According to historian Leonard Andaya, Ternate's "dualistic" rivalry with Tidore is a dominant theme in the early history of the Maluku Islands.


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Morotai Palace/Kadaton Ternate, Ternate City, Maluku Islands province pt2


Istana morotai by Indonesia dot Travel, on Flickr


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Indonesian Malay Fort

Kuto Besak Fort, Palembang, Eastern Sumatra - Keraton fort of the Palembang Darusallam Sultanate, buillt in 1870 by a Chinese architect, under Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin I, today it is used as military barracks.

http://id.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benteng_Kuto_Besak


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Museum Sultan Mahmud Badarudin II:

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Indonesian Malay Mosque

Palembang Grand Mosque/Masjid Agung Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin I, Palembang City, Eastern Sumatra - Errr not very traditional there's a bit of Europeans and Chinese, but the Malay elements are beautifully preserved. Built in 1748 but has been modified several times.

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Palembang Grand Mosque/Masjid Agung Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin I, Palembang City, Eastern Sumatra pt2


http://sumseltour.blogspot.com/2012/...palembang.html


http://pintu-dan-jendela.blogspot.com/


http://ahmadtarmiz1.wordpress.com/20...ung-palembang/

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Pura Luhur Batukaru, at the foot of mount batukaru, Bali

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Pura Pusering Jagat, Tampaksiring, Gianyar, Bali - Navel temple of the world


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Pura Pusering Jagat, Tampaksiring, Gianyar, Bali pt2


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