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10-historical-Relics-in-Bandung

10-historical-Relics-in-Bandung

 

http://www.aseppetir1.com/2015/07/10-historical-relics-in-bandung-westjava-indonesia.html1. The Cave of Hawu Pasirjambu

Historical-relics, Hawu cave is located in Sangadipati Kertamanah tomb complex. This area is often also called pasarean Cikabuyutan Pasir Jambu. It is in Ciwidey, Bandung regency. At this place the five ancestors (ancestors) Sundanese buried. On one section at this location, there is cave Hawu wich often believed as a barometer of success or failure of one’s future.
 
 

2. Huluwotan Citarum

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Historical-relics, Citarum Huluwotan region since the first was believed to be one of the locations that are considered to have spiritual powers. It is not surprising, for most people this location became one of the destinations most sought after by the pilgrims because in addition to the tomb is considered sacred, namely Rangga Wulung Sari shrine grave and Dipati Ukur, also there are springs that are considered as Cikahuripan (the water of life). Both of tomb is located quite far apart, but it does not take long. Their arrival to the tombs motivated for a variety of needs.
 

3. Mount Cula Site

http://www.aseppetir1.com/2015/07/10-historical-relics-in-bandung-westjava-indonesia.htmlCivilization stone which lasted from 40,000 years ago still implies a long journey of human history. Stone is a natural resource are inexhaustible, despite continuously exploited for various purposes. Even from this stone raised a civilization in the ancient society known as the rock culture.
The remnants stone civilization has then left the responses and perceptions by some people who were linked with past life. For example, when people find a pile of stones that resemble certain objects, it is not necessarily associated with the emerging picture of what is heard about the past, whether sourced from stories passed down through generations, or even raised the idea to stretch back the old story ,In the District of Ciparay, precisely in the Village of Gunungleutik there a site known as the Mount of Cula site. The site is located not far from Kadaleman which will be used as reservoirs for water storage area irrigation.

 

4. Tanggulun Temple Stone Site

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Historical-relics Hawu cave is located in Sangadipati Kertamanah tomb complex. This area is often also called pasarean Cikabuyutan Pasir Jambu. It is in Ciwidey, Bandung regency.Tanggulun Temple Stone Site, located at Kampung Talun, Tanggulun Village, District Ibun. Square Stone with a height of 50 cm and a width of about 40 cm. On the edges, there is orderly carving. Now it is in the public cemetery. People think this stone is part of the foot of a temple. Some say a stone mortar or a yoni. Others mention the part of a building buffer and come from the 12th century. But, some people believe as a sign the border of an area in the past. For sure, until now has not been revealed.
 

 5. Kelang Royal Crown 

http://www.aseppetir1.com/2015/07/10-historical-relics-in-bandung-westjava-indonesia.htmlHistorical-relics, Royal Crown Kendan or kingdom Kelang found around the site Kendan kingdom, in Kampung Kendan, Citaman Village, District Nagreg. ‘Crown’ is made of a rugged metal, and is found in a box with other objects that had been buried in the soil around hundreds of years ago. Now stored at the home of one resident as heirloom
 

6. Bumi Alit Lebak Wangi Site

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 Sundanese traditional house site or Bumi Alit Kabuyutan Lebakwangi-Batukarut, located in Kampung Kabuyutan, Lebakwangi Village, District Arjasari. on the area of land with 1568 meter. Building material available consists of the gate, huts, and the main building stilts with three rooms, consisting of the storage room, living room, and kitchen. In the storage room, stored various heirloom, such as a dagger, machete, cleaver, dagger, spear and traditional gamelan music device called the Gamelan Embah Bandung.
 

 7. Temple Bojongemas Footprint stone Site

 

http://www.aseppetir1.com/2015/07/10-historical-relics-in-bandung-westjava-indonesia.htmlTemple Bojong emas Footprint stone Site comes from the temple site Bojong emas, District Solokan jeruk. Now, stored in one of the villagers Sapan, Sumbersai Village, District Ciparay. as a private collection. Stone called the footprint, because this stone has pictures of adults footprints in one part of the rock face. Figure footprints using techniques patterned line spots
 
 

 8. Stone Nanceb Site

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historical-relics, Stone Nanceb site is in the area of Bukit Joglo, District Kertasari. Has a height of approximately 2.5 m and a width of 1 m. This stone is believed to be the pegs earth thousands of years old. In fact, believed to also as boundaries Bandung Ancient lake shore in the South. At the time of the ancient kingdom, this stone is the border between the Sundanese Kingdom and the Kingdom of Galuh.
 
 

9. The temple Bojongmenje Site

http://www.aseppetir1.com/2015/07/10-historical-relics-in-bandung-westjava-indonesia.htmlhistorical-relics, Bojongmenje temple site is located in Kampung Bojongmenje, Cangkuang Village, District of Rancaekek. The location is at an altitude of 675 m above sea level, facing the hills to the east and north, the Mount Bukit Jarian, Mount Iwir-iwir, Pasir Sumbul, Mount Kareumbi, Mount Kerenceng, Mount Pangukusan, Pasir Sodok, Pasir Panglimanan, Pasir Dungus Melati , Pasir Serewen , Mount Buyung and several other peaks. Plan temple square measuring approximately 6 x 6 m when measured from the side of the clapper and approximately 7.5 X 7.5 m when measured from rock bottom. The main material used is volcanic rock measuring between 9 cm thick, 20 cm wide and 40 cm long. Arranged transversely. At the sites were found yoni, phallus, fragments of pottery and a box-shaped container of tuff rock material.
 

10. Sacred Stone Sukaraja Site

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historical-relics, Sacred Stone Sukaraja Site, located at Kampung Sukaraja, Solokan jeruk Village, District Solokan jeruk. It is said that this stone is associated with the origin of the founding the village of Sukaraja. Estimated motivated by events Ganeas War, which war between 3 (three strengths) domestic forces, consisting of troops Sumedanglarang, Banten and Cirebon. which occurred around the year 1618-1620 AD. called Sukaraja because at that time one of the troop leaders feel happy for the success of winning the battle. And to vent his excitement, the Leader (King) along with his entire army partying, be happy to enjoy a meal. It is said that Lulumpang stones used to make condiment dish, which will be made for their meals.

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