Plants reclaim the ruins of a subterranean mosque in the Tamar Sari, a park built by the first Muslim sultan of Yogyakarta. The city was the royal - and the remains of the cultural - capital of Java.

JAVA: Plants reclaim the ruins of a subterranean mosque in the Tamar Sari, a park built by the first Muslim sultan of Yogyakarta. The city was the royal - and the remains of the cultural - capital of Java.

An hour’s drive from Yogyakarta, Borobudur sat relatively undisturbed for a millennium, until 1814, when Sir Stamford Raffles, the British lieutenant governor of Java, heard rumors of an ancient temple buried beneath volcanic ash and overgrown jungle.

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An hour’s drive from Yogyakarta, Borobudur sat relatively undisturbed for a millennium, until when Sir Stamford Raffles, the British lieutenant governor of Java, heard rumors of an ancient temple buried beneath volcanic ash and overgrown jungle.

Underground Mosque, Yogyakarta | Indonesia (by Carten Nulagraha)

fuckyeahphotographics: “ The Underground Mosque, known as Sumur Gumuling”, in Yogyakarta, Indonesia was built upon a circular well in The building is totally underground, surrounding the well.

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Goa Jomblang (vertical cave and primeval forest) at Desa Jetis Pacarejo Kec…

Merapi, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Relaxing at on top of Mt. Merapi - Special District of Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Plaosan Temple in Central Java, Indonesia

Candi Plaosan or the Twin Temples, Yogyakarta, Indonesia - from Trek Earth


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