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Paja Tapuih: 34 Obyek Wisata di Setiap Provinsi di Negeriku Indonesia

Paja Tapuih: 34 Obyek Wisata di Setiap Provinsi di Negeriku Indonesia

Paja Tapuih: Nama Pahlawan Yang di Abadikan sebagai Nama Jalan Dalam dan Luar Negeri

Paja Tapuih: Nama Pahlawan Yang di Abadikan sebagai Nama Jalan Dalam dan Luar Negeri

Budaya Minang Kabau

Budaya Minang Kabau

Paja Tapuih: 34 Obyek Wisata di Setiap Provinsi di Negeriku Indonesia

Paja Tapuih: 34 Obyek Wisata di Setiap Provinsi di Negeriku Indonesia

7 Keajaiban Alam Dunia (New 7 Wonders of Nature) | Paja Tapuih

7 Keajaiban Alam Dunia (New 7 Wonders of Nature) | Paja Tapuih

Daftar Organisasi Terlengkap di bawah Naungan PBB | Paja Tapuih

Daftar Organisasi Terlengkap di bawah Naungan PBB | Paja Tapuih

Paja Tapuih: Rumah, Pakaian, Senjata, dan Tarian Adat 34 Provinsi di Indonesia

Paja Tapuih: Rumah, Pakaian, Senjata, dan Tarian Adat 34 Provinsi di Indonesia


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Wayang kulit (shadow puppets)

Kota Tua (Old Town) Jakarta - Visit http://asiaexpatguides.com and make the most of your experience in Indonesia!

Kota Tua (Old Town) Jakarta - Visit http://asiaexpatguides.com and make the most of your experience in Indonesia!

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Thailand - all the colours of the world. <3

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Tokoh pewayangan .wayang kulit Rama & shinta ASLI INDONESIA

Gong Ageng from Javanese Gamelan at the National Music Museum

Gong Ageng from Javanese Gamelan at the National Music Museum

Rangda is the demon queen of the leyaks in Bali, according to traditional Balinese mythology. Terrifying to behold, the child-eating Rangda leads an army of evil witches against the leader of the forces of good — Barong. The battle between Barong and Rangda is featured in a Barong dance which represents the eternal battle between good and evil.[1] Rangda is a term in old Javanese that means "widow."

Rangda is the demon queen of the leyaks in Bali, according to traditional Balinese mythology. Terrifying to behold, the child-eating Rangda leads an army of evil witches against the leader of the forces of good — Barong. The battle between Barong and Rangda is featured in a Barong dance which represents the eternal battle between good and evil.[1] Rangda is a term in old Javanese that means "widow."

In the making of Javanese Gamelan, Indonesia.

In the making of Javanese Gamelan, Indonesia.

Rice House in Lombok Island, the West Nusa Tenggara province of Indonesia.  In Sasaknese we call it Lumbung, the island's inhabitants are 85% Sasak tribe

Rice House in Lombok Island, the West Nusa Tenggara province of Indonesia. In Sasaknese we call it Lumbung, the island's inhabitants are 85% Sasak tribe

Asaro Mudmen in Eastern Highlands Province, Papua New Guinea.

Asaro Mudmen in Eastern Highlands Province, Papua New Guinea.

Gadang house is a minangkabau, Indonesia

Gadang house is a minangkabau, Indonesia

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