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Rumah Adat or "traditional houses" of Indonesia By Kauwan On Deviantart

Rumah Adat or "traditional houses" of Indonesia By Kauwan On Deviantart

Minangkabau's Architecture - West Sumatra, Indonesia

Minangkabau's Architecture - West Sumatra, Indonesia

Indonesia | A Minangkabau couple from West Sumatra dressed in ceremonial finery. ca. 1930 ||| Source; Ethnic Jewellery from Indonesia: Continuity and Evolution. Bruce W Carpenter. Pg 33

Indonesia | A Minangkabau couple from West Sumatra dressed in ceremonial finery. ca. 1930 ||| Source; Ethnic Jewellery from Indonesia: Continuity and Evolution. Bruce W Carpenter. Pg 33

Indonesia | A Minangkabau couple from West Sumatra dressed in ceremonial finery. ca. 1930 ||| Source; Ethnic Jewellery from Indonesia: Continuity and Evolution. Bruce W Carpenter. Pg 33

Indonesia | A Minangkabau couple from West Sumatra dressed in ceremonial finery. ca. 1930 ||| Source; Ethnic Jewellery from Indonesia: Continuity and Evolution. Bruce W Carpenter. Pg 33

Indonesia, Sumatra. Minangkabau lady from ancient times. Their culture is matrilineal and patriarchal, with property and land passing down from mother to daughter, while religious and political affairs are the responsibility of men (although some women also play important roles in these areas. This custom is calledAdat perpatih in Malaysia and Lareh Bodi Caniago in Indonesia.

Indonesia, Sumatra. Minangkabau lady from ancient times. Their culture is matrilineal and patriarchal, with property and land passing down from mother to daughter, while religious and political affairs are the responsibility of men (although some women also play important roles in these areas. This custom is calledAdat perpatih in Malaysia and Lareh Bodi Caniago in Indonesia.

Pagaruyung Palace, Bukit Tinggi, West Sumatra

Pagaruyung Palace, Bukit Tinggi, West Sumatra

Pagaruyung Palace, West Sumatera. Rumah gadang are the traditional houses of the Minangkabau. With the Minangkabau society being matrilineal, the house is owned by the women of the family who live there. The houses have dramatic curved roof structure with multi-tiered, upswept gables, inspired some building in Europe, such as House of Five Senses in Netherland.

Pagaruyung Palace, West Sumatera. Rumah gadang are the traditional houses of the Minangkabau. With the Minangkabau society being matrilineal, the house is owned by the women of the family who live there. The houses have dramatic curved roof structure with multi-tiered, upswept gables, inspired some building in Europe, such as House of Five Senses in Netherland.

Padang house

Padang house

Minangkabause familie voor haar woning op West Sumatra, Onderschrift Maleische Woning (Midden Sumatra) 1910

Minangkabause familie voor haar woning op West Sumatra, Onderschrift Maleische Woning (Midden Sumatra) 1910

Traditional costumes from Payakumbuh - West Sumatra - Indonesia

Traditional costumes from Payakumbuh - West Sumatra - Indonesia

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