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Photos marked as were added from 18 March 2019.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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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.
Indonesia
Java
Cirebon
Kanaman Palace
 Small red pavillion.
Indonesia
Java
Cirebon
Market
 The busy market.
Indonesia
Java
Cirebon
Market
 Cirebon is famous for its ceramic piggy banks.
Indonesia
Java
Cirebon
Market
 Birds.
Indonesia
Java
Cirebon
Kasepuhan Palace
 Kasepuhan Palace was built in a mixture of styles including Sundanese, Javanese, Islamic, Chinese, Indian and Dutch.
Indonesia
Java
Cirebon
Kasepuhan Palace
 Palace garden.
Indonesia
Java
Cirebon
Kasepuhan Palace
 Gateway.
Indonesia
Java
Cirebon
Kasepuhan Palace
 The gamelan, percussion instruments.
Indonesia
Java
Cirebon
 Fishing community.
Indonesia
Java
Cirebon
 Fishing boats.
Indonesia
Java
Cirebon
 Fishing boats.
Indonesia
Java
Cirebon
 Dutch architecture.
Indonesia
Java
Cirebon
 The city centre.
Indonesia
Java
Central Java
 Javanese houses.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
 The Dutch centre of Jogjakarta, the cultural centre of Java.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
 View of Jogjakarta.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
 The shopping centre.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
  Batik is an Indonesian technique of making patterns on cloth using wax.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
 Batik, which makes patterns on cloth using wax, is a speciality of the city.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
 Javanese house.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
 Woman cycling.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
 Statue of the Hindu god, Brahma.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
 A yoni.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
 Javanese deity.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Paku Alam Palace
 The small Paku Alam Palace.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Paku Alam Palace
 Gamelan instruments.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Paku Alam Palace
 Gongs.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
 Busy street.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
 Pineapples.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
 The dokar is typical local transport in Jogjakarta.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
 Bird market.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
 People at the bird market.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
 Transport by the market.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Taram Sari
 Taram Sari by a cluster of houses.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Kraton
 The Kraton is the Royal Palace.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Kraton
 The decorated entrance.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Kraton
 The grounds of the Kraton. Jogjakarta was once an independent sultinate.
Indonesia
Java
Prambanan
 Rice drying.
Indonesia
Java
Dieng Plateau
 The main town of Dieng.
Indonesia
Java
Dieng Plateau
 View of Dieng from the ancient temples.
Indonesia
Java
Tuban
 The small town of Tuban is on the northern coast of Java.
Indonesia
Java
Tuban
 Chinese temple.
Indonesia
Java
Tuban
 Fishing boats.
Indonesia
Java
Mount Bromo
 The village of Ngadisari is 3km from the top.
Indonesia
Java
Mount Bromo
 Houses on the slopes of Mount Bromo.
Indonesia
Java
Mount Bromo
 House.
Indonesia
Java
Surakarta
 Surakarta is a small town in central Java.
Indonesia
Java
Surakarta
Kraton
 The entrance to the Surakarta Kraton.
Indonesia
Java
Surakarta
Kraton
 The Kraton dates from 1745.
Indonesia
Java
Surakarta
Kraton
 The Kraton is the Royal Palace.
Indonesia
Java
Surakarta
Kraton
 The courtyard.
Indonesia
Java
Surakarta
Kraton
 Distinctive style architecture.
Indonesia
Java
Surakarta
Kraton
 Palace buildings.
Indonesia
Java
Surakarta
Kraton
 The sultan's mosque.
Indonesia
Java
Surakarta
 Street scene.
Indonesia
Java
Surakarta
 Ceramic shop.
Indonesia
Java
Surakarta
 Ceramics are famous in Java.
Indonesia
Java
Surakarta
Mangunegera Kraton
 Mangunegera Kraton is one of several palaces in the city.
Indonesia
Java
Surakarta
Mangunegera Kraton
 The palace dates from 1757.
Indonesia
Java
Surakarta
Mangunegera Kraton
 The large central pavillion.
Indonesia
Java
Surakarta
Mangunegera Kraton
 The palace is set in a lush garden.
Indonesia
Java
Kaliurang
 Kaliurang is a village on the slopes of Mount Merapi.
Indonesia
Java
Kaliurang
 Typical house.
Indonesia
Java
Mount Lawu
 Settlement on the mountain slopes.
Indonesia
Java
Malang
 Malang is a Dutch hill station.
Indonesia
Java
Malang
 Malang is a Dutch hill station dating from the 18th century.
Indonesia
Java
Malang
 Dutch style church.
Indonesia
Java
Malang
 Java style mosque.
Indonesia
Java
Malang
Singosari Temple
 One of two dwarapalas, guardians against evil spirits.
Indonesia
Java
Malang
Singosari Temple
 Detail of the carved stone club held by a dwarapalas.
Indonesia
Java
Malang
Jago Temple
 Two dragons.
Indonesia
Java
Malang
Kidal Temple
 Geruda, a humanoid bird that appears in both Hindu and Buddhist iconography.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
 Ubud is the cultural centre of Bali.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
 Ubud is a pretty village in the centre of the island.

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