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Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Gowan crown.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Terracotta figures.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 The Kingdom of Luwu.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Gowan bracelet.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Luwu Quran.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Chinese pottery from sea trade.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Bugis cooking utensil.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Silver platter used in birth ceremonies.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Kitchen utensils from South Sulawesi.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Chinese pottery from sea trade.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Penis covers used in circumcission ceremonies.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Items used in circumcission ceremonies.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Batik style weaving.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 A tau tau figure.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Tau tau are death effigies.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Tau tau are found at Toraja grave sites.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Tau tau guard graves and tombs in the Toraja region of Sulawesi.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Ota used for offering items during a wedding ceremony.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Items used for male circumcission ceremonies.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Regional costume.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Toraja style twin carved animals.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Toraja musical instruments.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Items used in Makassar marriage ceremony.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Makassar marriage ceremony items.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Scroll with Bugis writing.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Stones for pounding rice.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Multiple rice pounders made from wood.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Rice cutters.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Sun hat.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Model of a Bugis sailing ship.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Fishing nets used in rivers.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Shellfish traps.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Model of a Bugis fishing craft.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Dutch Hansom cab.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Compass.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Anchor made from wood and stone.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Sea lamp.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Bugis cloth.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Bugis writing. The Bugis are one of the main ethnic groups oif Sulawesi.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Balla Lompoa
 The palace is made of wood and sits on stilts.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Balla Lompoa
 The museum building contains the regalia of the Sultans.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Balla Lompoa
 Memorial to the last Gowan Sultan.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Balla Lompoa
 The Sultans' regalia.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Balla Lompoa
 Daggers.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Balla Lompoa
 Costume worn by the Sultans.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Balla Lompoa
 Tea pot.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Balla Lompoa
 Gowan coins.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Balla Lompoa
 Wedding items.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Balla Lompoa
 Clothing worn by the Sultan.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Balla Lompoa
 The royal crown weighs nearly 2kg.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Balla Lompoa
 Bracelets.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Balla Lompoa
 Batik with pictures.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Balla Lompoa
 Pictures on palm leaves.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Balla Lompoa
 Sultan clothing.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Balla Lompoa
 Makassar writing.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Bantimurung
 The Butterfly Museum.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Tana Toraja
Kete Kesu
 The hill has a number of megaliths, standing stones.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Tana Toraja
Kete Kesu
 Standing stone.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Tana Toraja
Kete Kesu
 Coffin in the shape of a buffalo.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Tana Toraja
Kete Kesu
 A cave with tau tau.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Tana Toraja
Kete Kesu
 The head of a tau tau, an effigy of the deceased.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Tana Toraja
Buntu Pune
 House of Pong Marambaq who was exiled by the Dutch when he rebelled against their rule.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Tana Toraja
Lemo
 A series of tau tau set in a carved niche in the cliff face.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Tana Toraja
Lemo
 Tau tau are wooden death effigies.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Tana Toraja
Lemo
 Detail of three tau tau.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Tana Toraja
Lemo
 Five tau tau in a rocky niche carved out to fit them.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Tana Toraja
Lemo
 Tau tau of a family next to tomb entrances.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Tana Toraja
Lemo
 Tau tau are unique to the Tora Toraja region.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Tana Toraja
Lemo
 Small niche with older tau tau.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Tana Toraja
Lemo
 A series of wooden tau tau with prominant eyes.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Tana Toraja
Londa
 Hanging graves and coffins at the base of the cliff.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Tana Toraja
Londa
 Hanging graves on a tressle.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Tana Toraja
Londa
 Hanging grave for a baby.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Tana Toraja
Londa
 Tau tau guarding a burial cave.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Tana Toraja
Londa
 Tau tau of men and women wearing official clothing.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Tana Toraja
Londa
 Tau tau are effigies of the deceased.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Tana Toraja
Londa
 Two rows of dressed tau tau.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Tana Toraja
Londa
 Coffin in the cave.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Tana Toraja
Londa
 Cave tombs.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Tana Toraja
Sadan Valley
 A group of tombs at Palawa.
Iran
Tehran
 The entrance to the Imam Khomeini Mosque in the bazaar dates from the early 18th century.
Iran
Tehran
 Mural of the Statue of Liberty with a skull head on the walls of the former US Embassy in Tehran.
Iran
Tehran
 The Shrine of Ayatollah Khomeini occupies a large area in the south of Tehran.
Iran
Tehran
National Museum of Iran
 Stone bowl from Kerman (3rd millenium BC).
Iran
Tehran
National Museum of Iran
 Clay figure from Kerman (3rd millenium BC).
Iran
Tehran
National Museum of Iran
 Chlorite stone vessel from Kerman (3rd millenium BC).
Iran
Tehran
National Museum of Iran
 Silver cup with figure from Mandasht, 3rd millenium BC.
Iran
Tehran
National Museum of Iran
 Necklace with lucky eye from Dinkhah in the Azeri region of Iran (1st millenium BC).
Iran
Tehran
National Museum of Iran
 Bronze daggers and arrowheads from Ziwiyeh, 1st millenium BC.
Iran
Tehran
National Museum of Iran
 Bone beads from Hasanlu (1st millenium BC).
Iran
Tehran
National Museum of Iran
 Mace head from Guilan, 1st millenium BC.
Iran
Tehran
National Museum of Iran
 Gold goblet from Gilan, 1st millenium BC.
Iran
Tehran
National Museum of Iran
 Compound pottery vessel from Gilan (1st millenium BC).
Iran
Tehran
National Museum of Iran
 Clay filter from Sialk dating from 1st millenium BC.
Iran
Tehran
National Museum of Iran
 Gold masks from Luristan, 1st millenium BC.
Iran
Tehran
National Museum of Iran
 Detail of a painted and glazed Ziwiyeh from the 1st millenium BC.
Iran
Tehran
National Museum of Iran
 Relief panel from Persepolis (5th century BC). It shows King Darius (seated), his son, Xerxes, a Zoroastrian priest, a weapons carrier and two bodyguards facing a nobleman and his bodyguards.
Iran
Tehran
National Museum of Iran
 Detail from the Persepolis relief panel showing the seated king of Persia, Darius, and his son and heir, Xerxes.
Iran
Tehran
National Museum of Iran
 Detail from the Persepolis relief panel showing a nobleman performing an act of respect to the king.
Iran
Tehran
National Museum of Iran
 Detail from the Persepolis relief panel showing a pair of bodyguards.

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