When was young, balinese Traditional woman

A vintage photo of a Balinese woman, circa Balinese women traditionally went topless and wore their cloth, like men, at the waist until the new Indonesian government encouraged more modesty.

Surakarta Hadiningrat Palace - Solo, Central Java, Indonesia

A huge door in Surakarta Hadiningrat Palace, Solo, Central Java, Indonesia

The History of Wayang Kulit in Java | Java Indonesia Surabaya Tour Operator, Tour Travel Agency

Wayang is an ancient Javanese word meaning “shadow” or “ghost.” It is also the name for the traditional sacred dramas of Java and Bali. There are seven main forms of wayang, but wayang kulit, or shadow-puppet theater,

Koloniale Tentoonstelling Semarang 1914

Dutch Colonial Exhibition, Semarang (Java, Indonesia), Showing a Javanese bride draped in the elaborate fabrics of traditional dress.

Kassian Cephas (1845-1912) Javanese at the foot of stairs in the temple complex of Borobudur in Magelang Java, 1872

Indonesia ~ Kassian Cephas, Javanese at the foot of stairs in the temple complex of Borobudur in Magelang, Java, 1872

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