Purworejo Klampok atau lebih familiar disebut Klampok adalah satu kecamatan di Banjarnegara, Jawa Tengah. Klampok yang berada di jalur Banyumas – Banjarnegara kini dikenal sebagai sentra industri gerabah dengan produk andalannya adalah poci. (more…)
Talking about Kotagede is as endless. A place which is located in the southeast of Yogyakarta is full of tourist potential worth visiting, including religious tourism. Besides the Grand Mosque Mataram inside the tomb complex of kings and ancestors Sultanate of Mataram, there is one mosque that is located in the village of Silver Trunojayan, Prenggan, Kotagede. With the Middle East-style, the building become the contrast among the tens and even hundreds of Javanese existing buildings in the town.
[ Nikon D3100 | f/5 | 1/2500sec | ISO-100 | 32mm ]
Many thanks to Anastasia Ajeng for the time and camera.. 😀
Malang is one of the cities that still retains the ancient buildings. One is the town hall. This building looks attractive and easy to find because it is located in the heart of the city of Malang. It was built in 1927, designed by the Dutch architect, HF Horn. In front of the city hall there is a monument called Tugu in the middle of a pool which full-filled with lotus.
The Hindu’s ornaments in the Javanese Islamic tomb
This building is located in Salatiga, Central Java. It’s called Gedung Papak (flat building) because its symmetrical. It was build in the middle of 19th century or around 1850s. It consists of a main building which equipped with a living room and a meeting room in European style. (more…)
Yogyakarta as a city of culture has its own characteristics and uniqueness. The existence of Palace of the Sultanate Yogyakarta automatically influenced the urban design, which typically has a significant philosophical-symbolic structure. One that is well known is the imaginary line that divides the city of Yogyakarta, which connects Mount Merapi – the Tugu Monument – Sultan’s Palace – Panggung Krapyak – and Parangkusumo beach on the south coast. (more…)