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Prambanan Temple

Prambanan Temple or Roro Jonggrang Temple (Javanese: ꦥꦿꦩ꧀ꦧꦤꦤ꧀, translit. Candi Prambanan) is the largest Hindu (Syaiwa) temple complex in Indonesia which was built in the 9th century AD. This temple is dedicated to Trimurti, the three main Hindu gods, namely Brahma as the creator god, Vishnu as the guardian god, and Shiva as the destroyer god. Based on the Siwagrha inscription, the original name of this temple complex is Siwagrha (Sanskrit which means ‘House of Shiva’), and indeed in the garbagriha (main room) this temple resides a statue of Shiva Mahadewa as high as three meters, due to the Shiva sect that prioritizes the worship of Lord Shiva in this temple. .

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Borobudur Temple

Borobudur Temple (Javanese: ​ꦧꦫꦧꦸꦝꦸꦂ. Candi Båråbudhur) is a Buddhist temple located in Borobudur, Magelang, Central Java, Indonesia. This temple is located approximately 100 km to the southwest of Semarang, 86 km to the west of Surakarta, and 40 km to the northwest of Yogyakarta. This temple with many stupas was founded by Mahayana Buddhists around the year 800 AD during the reign of the Syailendra dynasty. Borobudur is the largest Buddhist temple or temple in the world, as well as one of the largest Buddhist monuments in the world.

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The city of Semarang (Javanese: ​ꦱꦼꦩꦫꦁ​, translit. Kuṭå Sěmarang, Pegon: اراڠ, Chinese: ) is the capital city of Central Java Province, Indonesia. This city is also the fifth largest metropolitan city in Indonesia after Jakarta, Surabaya, Bandung and Medan. As one of the most developed cities on the island of Java, Semarang City has a population of around 1.7 million people. The Semarang mega-urban area which is part of the Kedungsepur metropolitan area (Kendal, Demak, Ungaran, Semarang Regency, Salatiga City, Semarang City and Purwodadi, Grobogan Regency) has a population of 7.3 million people, as well as being the fourth most populous metropolitan area on the island of Java, after Jabodetabek (Jakarta), Gerbangkertosusilo (Surabaya), and Greater Bandung. In recent years, Semarang’s significant development has also been marked by the emergence of several skyscrapers scattered throughout the city. This regional development shows the strategic role of Semarang City on the wheels of the national economy.