Ah I'm missing Yogyakarta, I have plan this year I want visit there and also learn how to make shoes, but I must remove that plan on my mind. Because I must step by step to learn anything to settle my small business, like hand-craft for fashion.

I was college in one academy in Yogyakarta, that was why I ever visit Prambanan temple. Ah this picture already long time ago I took lol, the body still very skinny. So bad now I'm "fat" but my friend said curve. I don't know which one right.

Ups back to prambanan temple, this is some information about the temples there:

A. The Discovery and Restoration of
Prambanan Temple The discovery of Lorojonggrang Temple was reported by C.A. Lons in 1733. The temple was in ruined condition, abandoned among grass and tree vegetation. First effort to reveal the presence of a temple was done in 1885 by cleaning the site from grasses and shrubs followed by grouping thestones. This project was supervised by Yzerman, Groneman and van Erp. The work was continued in 1918.

Grouping and identifying the stones in detail followed by restructuring Ciwa Temple was done by van Erp. In 1937, restoration began under the supervision of Bosch, followed by Stuuerheim, van Ramound and others. The restoration was finished in December 20, 1953. About 240 temples undergone restoration, such as two Apit Temples (restored in 1923), four Kelir Temples, and four Corner Temples (Candi Sudut), two Perwara Temples, two entrance gates, the South Gate and the North Gate. The next restoration used the Government Routine Development Budget. Those restoration included Brahma Temple ( start restoration in 1978 ), Wisnu Temple (start restoration in 1982).

B. Structural Description and Arrangement

The Prambanan Temple is a group of Hindu temples, and was also known as Lorojonggrang Temple. The word Prambanan refers to the name of a District, Prambanan District, whereas Lorojonggrang refers to its actual name.

The temple complex has three concentric square Outer square (222 x 390 meters) surrounded by a 1 meter boundary wall.

Middle square (110 x 110 meters) surrounded by a 1 meter boundary wall.

Center square (34 x 34 meters) surrounded by a 1 meter boundary wall.

All the three squares have gates to connect the other squares. The outer square do not have temples. Inside the middle square there are 224 Perwara temples which are arranged in 4 rows of temples. The first row consists of 68 temples, followed by the second row (60 temples), the third row (52 temples) and the fourth row (44 temples ). The arrangement of temples is in such a way that shorter temples lies in the outside and getting higher toward the center. Inside the center square are sixteen small and big temples, Some of them are

1. Ciwa Temple as the main temple.

2. Wisnu Temple in the North of Ciwa Temple.

3. Brahma Temple in the South of Ciwa Temple.

4. Nandi Temple in front of Ciwa Temple.

5. Temple A and B lies in front of Wisnu and Ciwa Temple.

6. Apit Temple lies in the North and the South flanking row of temples {the West and East row (apit = to flank)}

7. Four Kelir Temples in front of each gate of the main square.

8. Four Sudut Temples (sudut = corner) at each of the corner of the main square.

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