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Go Indonesia :: Yogyakarta Royal Palace, Javanese Traditional

May 17, 2015 | Traditional Culture

 

 

Yogyakarta royal palace is one of the important

sites and landmarks in Indonesia. It has turned to be a tourism icon and

not only place for the king and his families. By visiting the

palace, people will be able to see and learn about how Javanese

traditional culture preserved.  

Yogyakarta royal palace was built in 1755 by

Pangeran Mangkubumi, or several months after the Giyanti Agreement.

Though very old and damaged by earthquake in 1867, but the palace is

still standing and well maintained up to today. People who visit the

palace will get two benefits at a time, which are unique knowledge about

Javanese traditional culture and memorable experience. It happens because

many things can be found there, such as the activity of abdi dalem

palace’s servants) and seeing ancient, unique properties kept

in boxes. On certain occasions, tourists can also watch

art performances, from macapat, puppet show and traditional

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Inside the palace, visitors can also find several collections, such

as traditional weapons, photographs of the former

kings, ceramics, glassware and many more. Visiting Yogyakarta Palace will

be one of the most exciting things that can be done in the iconic city.

So, if you want to know how Javanese cultures, you must visit Yogyakarta royal palace. go indonesia yogyakarta royal palace, goindonesia

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