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This temple was founded in 1371 during Hayam Wuruk become a king of Majapahit kingdom. This temple well maintained, clean and only few people visiting this temple, even in holiday. But this place is suitable for someone who study history especialy history of Majapahit kingdom
You can come here to just take a historical photo theme or showing to your family how beautiful it is. Come here on 7pm except on monday because it always closed except it is the 1st day. On Friday and Saturday it will be openned...More
We traveled across Java late last year visiting all really all ancient Indian and Buddhist temples. These is a minor candi near the city of Surabaya well worth a stop over from Bali to the big city or from Gunung Bromo. If you are driving...More
Candi Pari is a bit of a mystery. Even though it is located within easy striking distance of Surabaya, Indonesia's second city, you will not find it in any of the guide books and nor does it appear in most books which are devoted to...More