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Borobudur Temple

11 World Heritage Objects in Indonesia

Until this year there are 11 Indonesian objects out of approximately 890 objects around the world which are awarded as World Heritage by UNESCO. These World Heritage objects may get sponsored by World Heritage Fund under certain conditions. The World Heritage objects located in Indonesia are listed as follows: 

World Heritage of Culture : Indonesia has 3 World Heritage of Culture objects.

Borobudur Temple

Borobudur temple is recognized by UNESCO in 1991. It is a Buddhist temple located in Magelang, Central Java. This temple was built by Mahayana Buddhist circa 800′s AD in the reign of Syailendra dynasty. This temple when viewed from above forms the structure of Mandala, the symbol of the universe in Buddhist cosmology. Borobudur temple does not use cement at all in its construction. Instead, it used interlock system like Lego blocks that can be attached without glue.

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