The Wall

wall_03The ruins of the castle. You could see how thick the walls were.

wall_02Ceramic plates decorating the tower’s wall at the mosque of Menara Kudus

wall_01The structure of bricks that serves as a wall as well as air vents.

 

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24 comments

      1. The point is… jaman dulu aja sudah ada masjid yg jadi representasi kombinasi keragaman budaya Islam, Hindu (dan mungkin trmasuk Cina). Lha kok sekarang malah mawut..

        Thanks Mas…

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    1. The old brick walls were in the mosque of Menara Kudus. The unique of this building is that it was the combination of two cultures, Islam and Hindu.

      Thanks Sandy… πŸ™‚

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  1. Wihi, tembok! Temanya sejuta makna :haha.
    Kalau yang pertama itu kastil di mana, Mas? Keraton mana, gitu?
    Soal menara masjid Kudus, memasang keramik sebagai elemen dinding memang jadi aksen tersendiri, ya.
    Nah, yang ketiga itu dinding apa? Unik penyusunan batu batanya? Hehe.

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    1. Tembok pertama itu reruntuhan entah tembok benteng entah tembok istana kerajaan Mataram di Kotagede.
      Yang kedua, saya belum punya referensi alasan mereka memasang keramik di tembok, karena di Cirebon ternyata juga ada..
      Hehe.. yang ketiga itu tembok sebuah tempat nongkrong di Madiun πŸ˜€

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