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Bo·ro·bu·dur

 (bôr′ə-bə-do͝or′)
n.
A ruined Buddhist shrine in central Java, Indonesia. Dating probably from the ninth century, the ruins include carved stone blocks illustrating episodes in the life of Buddha.
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(18) Indeed, as Hunter observes, there are a number of shared features between the OJR and the Lalitavistara, an early Sanskrit Buddhist work that is copiously illustrated on the second and earlier great architectural monument of Central Java, Borobodur, built ca.
The add-on: Book a cultural tour of Kota Tua's Dutch colonial buildings and the old port of Sunda Kelapa, with its old wooden schooners, and if you have a couple of extra days, head out to the Unesco World Heritage Sites of Prambanan, the ninth-century Hindu temple complex, and Borobodur, the world's largest Buddhist temple, dating back to the eighth century.
"We have Tanjung Kilayang, Borobodur in Central Java, Lake Toba, Tanjung Lesung, Mount Bromo, Mandalika, Labuan Bajo, Wakatobi, Kepulauan Seribu, and Morotai." Some Omani travellers, Aridi said, had even taken their own cars with them on month-long trips where they explored the entire island.
Diokno led the Philippine delegation to the forum on December 14 at Hotel Borobodur in Jakarta, Indonesia.
King, Ooi Keat Gin, and Janet Cochrane); Muara Jambi, Bali, Prambanan and Borobodur, and four natural parks in Java, Sumatra, Nusa Tenggara and Papua, Indonesia (chapters by, respectively, Fiona Kerlogue, Keiko Miura and I Made Sarjana; Michael Fiitchcock and I Nyoman Darma Putra; and, again, Janet Cochrane).
1 should also mention the continuing investigation of institutional practices at the World Heritage Site of Borobodur by a number of activist-scholars from Gadjah Mada University in nearby Yogyakarta (Kanki, Adishakti and Fatimah 2015).
The unit of work investigated the Indonesian Buddhist Temple Borobodur and was presented as an electronic booklet containing text and images with links to visual media.
It was hard to imagine monuments that remained intact for a thousand years but the builders of Borobodur succeeded in constructing such monuments.
The eruption preserved its statues and reliefs in better condition than almost everything else discovered in Indonesia from that period, including the Borobodur and Prambanan temple complexes.
Indonesian-born Ades has worked in various top-notch hotels round the world, including the Borobodur InterContinental and Dai Chi Hotel in Jakarta, and at the Raffles Group in Cambodia.