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Premise
“Palace where the seat of the reigning Sultan of Yogyakarta and his family. The complex is a center of Javanese culture, and contains a museum displaying royal artifacts.”
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Museum
“When you are curious about the history and the past life of Yogyakarta and Solo, visit this unique museum. There are some old stories about kings, queens, princes and princesses. One outstanding story is about a beautiful princess that were able to ride a house and at the same time attracted a lot of men to marry her. You can enjoy the many pattern of batik clothes and the meaning behind it. Go there in the morning or afternoon; so you can enjoy more time right there. ”
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History Museum
“this place held shadow puppet show everyday except sunday at 8 PM to 10 PM. it is a great place to learn javanese art and culture. the museum has collection of artefacts, masks, puppets, textiles, etc... with description in English. ”
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Museum
“Affandi Museum is an art gallery of an Indonesian Painter Maestro Affandi (1907-1990) in his expressionism painting style.”
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Theme Park
“a recreational and education park suitable for children 5-10 yo. adults can join to play or just watching the children playing.”
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History Museum
“Monumen Jogja Kembali terletak di Dusun Jongkang, Kelurahan Sariharjo, Kecamatan Ngaglik, Sleman, Yogyakarta. Monumen ini didirikan untuk menghargai jasa para pejuang yang berhasil memaksa mundur tentara Belanda dan menyelamatkan eksistensi Republik Indonesia di mata dunia Internasional dengan berfungsinya kembali Pemerintahan Republik Indonesia di Yogyakarta. Yang menarik dari bangunan Monumen Jogja Kembali yaitu posisi pembangunan gedung ini mengikuti poros imaginer Laut Selatan-Panggung Krapyak-Kraton Yogyakarta-Tugu- Gunung Merapi. Sebelum sampai pada area utama Monumen Jogja Kembali, wisatawan melewati dua pintu masuk barat dan timur. Melalui pintu masuk timur pengujung disambut dengan replika Pesawat Cureng dan Guntai di sisi pintu barat. Menaiki podium di barat dan timur pengunjung bisa melihat dua senjata mesin beroda lengkap dengan tempat duduknya, sebelum turun menuju pelataran depan kaki gunung Monumen”
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History Museum
“The Ullen Sentalu Museum is a Javanese culture and art museum located in Kaliurang highland, Yogyakarta, Java, Indonesia. The museum displays relics and artifact from royal houses and kratons of Java, such as Yogyakarta, Pakualam, Surakarta, and Mangkunegaran.”
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Historische Stätte
“Historic museum. Get a glimpse of colonial times with this old fort, built just next to the Sultans Palace!”
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Museum
“an educative place to learn the basics of volcanology, the history of Merapi eruption and its mitigation”
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Museum
“Jogja National Museum (JNM) secara berkala selalu menyelenggarakan event kesenian seperti pameran, dll”
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Museum
“you may consider to go here if you're into selfies. if you buy the all 4 museums (de mata 1,2, de arca, de walik) package ticket, which is more economic, you can spend your whole afternoon in this place. they just added a new area called SELFIE SPOT TAMAN PULE. if you fo not have time to go to the selfie spots in Bantul, you can just take the pictures here :)”
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Schloss
“The Kraton, Reflection of Javanese Cosmos The Kraton (also spelled keraton or karaton) or the Palace of Yogyakarta, is a grand complex that was meticulously planned to reflect the Javanese cosmos. This elegant complex of pavilions was constructed based on ancient beliefs, of the connection between the God, human and the natural realms. Each feature holds a special symbolic meaning related to the Javanese worldview, who consider the importance of Mount Merapi and The Indian Ocean. The Kraton was built in the center, facing directly north towards the majestic Mount Merapi. Its south side was built facing the Indian Ocean, believed to be the abode of Kanjeng Ratu Loro Kidul, the Queen of the South Seas and the mystical consort of the Sultan. This splendid example of traditional Javanese architecture has no equal. The basic and original layout of the main building of The Kraton began its construction during the reign of Sultan Hamengku Buwono I, in 1755 - 1756. Get Around Visitors can explore the palace’s interiors on foot. The palace is open to visitors from 08.30 am to 12.30 pm except on Fridays and Saturdays which it closes at 11.00 am. It is closed in the afternoons. Note that there are also special rules made to be respected when you visit The Kraton, so please make sure you follow them for a memorable experience in Yogyakarta. After visiting The Kraton area, you can also stroll around the nearby attractions, such as Malioboro Street and Beringharjo Market. Taman Sari complex is also related to the royal history, and it consists of a beautiful water castle and a unique underground mosque named Sumur Gumuling. Address: Jl. Rotowijayan Blok No. 1, Kota Yogyakarta, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta Get There Located about 12 km from our stay, The Kraton can be accessed by cars, taxi, bus and local transports like becak and andong. Becak and Andong - a horse-drawn cart - ride are the fun way to explore The Kraton area while experiencing a glimpse of Yogyakarta’s city vibe with its warm-hearted locals.”
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Denkmal/Wahrzeichen
“On the North South Axel leading up to the Sultans Palace, Tugu is a magical symbol of the city. It was said that when you touch it, you would always come back here. They screened it off because too many people were doing that. I guess a selfie would do the trick too!”
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Kunstgalerie
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Museum
“good place for kids and aviation geeks. it has great colllections of aircrafts.”
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Museum
“it's a good place for you to learn many types and patterns of batik and the process of making batik. you can also join the batik painting course and create your own batik as an unforgettable souvenir. the artists will guide you while continuing their own hand crafted batik so you can follow their work. it is a private museum; the family had run batik business for five generations. ”
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