The artists of Kudus in Central Java, Indonesia, are famous for their carved teak houses. This 2,500 square foot one was transported to Vashon Island, WA. to be rebuilt on the land of Asian furniture importer, David Smith.
1870. Labels: 1870, Indonesia, Djokja, Java, Javanese, Yogya, Yogyakarta, Princes and princesses of the Yogyakarta Sultanate (1870) source : wikipedia
Javanese Traditional Architecture Of Kudus Houses
Tamansari (water castle), Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Keraton Yogyakarta, East Java, Indonesia
Plants encroach on the ruins of a subterranean mosque in the Tamansari, a park built by the first Muslim sultan of Yogyakarta. The city was the royal capital of Java. The World Monument Fund and the people of Yogykarta are now working together to restore this treasure.
Photographing Indonesia's Amazing Range of Experiences
The remains of more than two hundred temples, dating to the ninth century, make up the Prambanan site.