The State of Yogyakarta and Borobudur Temple in 1938 – Indonesia Used to Be Colored [INDO SUB]

Taman Sari Keraton Yogyakarta. One of the corners of downtown Magelang. Grand Hotel Yogyakarta, now Grand Inna Malioboro. The crowds of Malioboro Street. Mendut Temple.

It was founded during the reign of King Indra, the king of Medang from the Syailendra Dynasty, around the 9th century AD Borobudur Temple. This stupa-shaped temple was founded by Mahayana Buddhists around the 9th century AD, during the reign of King Samaratungga, king of Medang from the Syailendra dynasty. This magnificent temple is actually an arrangement of andesite stones arranged to cover a hill. Menoreh Mountains, seen from the top of Borobudur Temple. Prambanan temple.

Based on the Siwagrha Inscription, the original name of this building is Candi Siwagrha ( Sanskrit, meaning ‘House of Shiva’). Prambanan Temple was built around the year 850 by King Rakai Pikatan, and continued to be expanded by King Balitung, during the Medang Kingdom. The atmosphere in a sugar cane plantation and sugar factory. During the 19th century AD, sugar became the main export of the Dutch East Indies, reaching 77.4{57593497a703d278312ba078f68c0ea6cf88b4e9a55b8f0888aee79856d7cbcc} of total exports in 1840.

Negeri Yogyakarta dan Candi Borobudur tahun 1938 - Indonesia Tempo Dulu Berwarna [INDO SUB]

One of the main sugar producers was the Vorstenlanden area (Surakarta and Yogyakarta). In 1921, in Yogyakarta there were 17 sugar factories, then a few years later they increased to 19 factories.

Sugarcane processing. [Thank you and mirsani of the wedding video].

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