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Photos marked as were added from 1 October 2017.


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Province
State
Place
Location
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Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
Tomok
 Batak dancing puppet.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
Tomok
 Row of houses.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
Tomok
 House in a field.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
Tomok
 Lorry waiting for ferry.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
 Settlements by the lakeside.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
 Pigs.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
 Batak house with metal roof.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
 Typical Batak house.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
Simanindo
 The village of Simanindo is entered through a traditional stone gateway.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
Simanindo
 Two Christian shrines.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
Simanindo
 Row of Batak houses.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
Simanindo
 The king's house.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
Simanindo
 Decoration on the king's house.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
Simanindo
 Royal crest.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
Simanindo
 A group of houses facing each other.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
Simanindo
 House with masks.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
Simanindo
 Batak tomb with Christian symbols.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
Simanindo
 Simanindo is famous for its Batak dances.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
Simanindo
 Life size dance puppet called Sigalegale.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
Simanindo
 Sigalegale dancing puppet with Batak writing.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
 Batak village.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 The town of Bukittinggi which means High Hill in the local language.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 The town is Muslim but matriachial.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 The town is in the shadow of Mount Merapi (2890m).
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 The clocktower overlooks the main square.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 The town is in the centre of the Minangkabau people.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 Street scene.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 Small house.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 Dokars are the local taxis.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Market
 Bukittinggi is a market town.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Market
 Dokars in the market.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Market
 Metalware.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Market
 Transport.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Market
 Cinnamon sticks.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 Dokar.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Bukittinggi Museum
 The Bukittinggi Museum is a fine example of Minangkabau architecture with multiple pointed roofs.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Bukittinggi Museum
 Detail of multiple pointed roofs.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Bukittinggi Museum
 Detail of the under-roof arch.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Bukittinggi Museum
 Detail of the wall.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Bukittinggi Museum
 Rice barn.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 View of the bus station.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 View of Bukittinggi.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Sungai Tarab
 Minangkabau house.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Sungai Tarab
 Water wheel driving coffee grinders.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Pagaruyung Palace
 Detail of wood carvings.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Pagaruyung Palace
 The interior.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Pagaruyung Palace
 The Royal rice barn.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Pagaruyung Palace
 Outhouse.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 Traditional mansion.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 The entrance of a traditional mansion.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 Traditional house.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 Modern house in traditional style.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 Traditional mosque.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Balimbing
 The village of Balimbing.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Balimbing
 Typical traditional house.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Balimbing
 Traditional roof.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Balimbing
 The long house is the village meeting place.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Balimbing
 Child sitting outside a house.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Balimbing
 Small house.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Balimbing
 The village is full of traditional houses.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 Farm house.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Pandai Sikat
 The village of Pandai Sikat.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Pandai Sikat
 Decoration on a house.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Pandai Sikat
 Decoration on a Minangkabu house.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 Kota Baru is a village famous for its bull fights.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 Bulls at Kota Baru.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Lawang Top
 Lawang Top is a Minangkabau village.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Lawang Top
 Decorated house.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Lawang Top
 A mosque. The Minangkabau are Muslim but matriarchial.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Lawang Top
 Sugar factory.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Lawang Top
 Washing clothes.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Lawang Top
 Traditional house with metal roof.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Batang Palupah
 The village of Batang Palupah.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Batang Palupah
 House on stilts.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Batang Palupah
 Street scene.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Batang Palupah
 Wooden house.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Batang Palupah
 Minangkabau house.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Batang Palupah
 The village is close to the equator.
Indonesia
Java
Jakarta
 Merdeka Square is the centre of Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia.
Indonesia
Java
Jakarta
Istiqal Mosque
 The mosque is set in a large garden.
Indonesia
Java
Bogor
 Bogor is a hill station at 300m.
Indonesia
Java
Bogor
 Houses by the Cilliwung River.
Indonesia
Java
Bogor
 Street scene.
Indonesia
Java
Bogor
 The Dutch style Cathedral dates from 1920.
Indonesia
Java
Bogor
 The market.
Indonesia
Java
Bogor
Botanical Gardens
 Kabun Raya, the Botanical Gardens.
Indonesia
Java
Bogor
Botanical Gardens
 The gardens were opened in 1817.
Indonesia
Java
Bogor
Botanical Gardens
 Office buildings.
Indonesia
Java
Bogor
Botanical Gardens
 The gardens were inspired by Stamford Raffles and cover 100 hectares.
Indonesia
Java
Bogor
Botanical Gardens
 Office buildings.
Indonesia
Java
Bandung
 Bandung is the centre of Sundanese culture in Java.
Indonesia
Java
Bandung
 Street scene in the market.
Indonesia
Java
Bandung
 The market.
Indonesia
Java
Bandung
 Bamboo scaffolding.
Indonesia
Java
Dago
 Dago is a typical Sundanese village in Java.
Indonesia
Java
Dago
 Baskets.
Indonesia
Java
Dago
 Small village.
Indonesia
Java
Cirebon
 Cirebon is a small city in central Java.
Indonesia
Java
Cirebon
 The city was once the capital of a small coastal kingdom.
Indonesia
Java
Cirebon
Kanaman Palace
 The Dutch style Kanaman Palace.

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