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.

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.

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.

The Grubug Vertical cave, Gunung Kidul #Indonesia

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

"A student from the University of Indonesia stands inside Jomblang cave at Gunungkidul district, near the ancient city of Yogyakarta June 20, 2012." (Photo by REUTERS/Dwi Oblo)

"A student from the University of Indonesia stands inside Jomblang cave at Gunungkidul district, near the ancient city of Yogyakarta June (Photo by REUTERS/Dwi Oblo)

Prambanan temple

1200 Year-Old Hindu Temple Prambanan Temple is one of Indonesia's cultural icons, and is the largest hindu temple in Yogyakarta.

Yogyakarta, my future rumah

Yogyakarta, my future rumah

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