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the Tengkurep crater
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Tekurep Crater, Resting Place of the Kings of Palembang

Helloindonesia.id – Palembang as the shelter of the Srivijaya kingdom certainly holds many cultural and historical relics. Such as the Tekurep Crater, a tomb designated specifically for the king, courtiers and his descendants. Etymologically Tekurep Crater is derived from the word Crater which means a tool that resembles a container for cooking rice. And Tekureb […]

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Monpera Monument
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Monpera Monument Long History of People's Struggle

Helloindonesia.id – After the proclamation of Indonesian independence. Various regions in the archipelago were still experiencing upheaval in the Dutch military aggression II. As happened in Palembang in December 1946, the Dutch who violated the demarcation line sparked the battle. Pressed by the resistance of nationalist fighters, they asked for help, which in turn made […]

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Balaputera Dewa Museum
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History of Palembang in the Balaputera Dewa Museum

Helloindonesia.id – South Sumatra has a long history of existence. The province, which has been known for centuries by the name Bumi Sriwijaya. The location of the famed maritime kingdom in the archipelago called the Kingdom of Sriwijaya. This Museum Entering the 15th century, the Sultanate of Palembang stood in power until the arrival of […]

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Baghi House
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Baghi House, Besemah Traditional House

Helloindonesia.id – The archipelago has long been inhabited by indigenous peoples from various ethnic groups. No wonder Indonesia has a variety of scripts, languages, lifestyles, traditional clothes, to traditional houses from various regions. Among the diversity of the archipelago’s wealth, traditional houses are the foremost benchmarks. That describe the culture of an ethnic group. Not […]

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Pagaralam, Megalithic Cultural Center in South Sumatra
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Pagaralam, Megalithic Cultural Center in South Sumatra

Helloindonesia.id – Pagaralam in South Sumatra not only has beautiful natural scenery, this weak earth is also a place of megalithic culture. The hills of tropical forests flanked by Bukit Barisan and Mount Dempo make this region rich in rocky rocks. The frozen rocks of this type of andesite are often used by prehistoric humans […]

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Gelora Sriwijaya
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Gelora Sriwijaya, South Sumatera Pride Stadium

Helloindonesia.id – Speaking of South Sumatra, it cannot be removed from Sriwijaya FC, the Football club’s pride. Nicknamed the Wong Kito Warriors, Sriwijaya FC is headquartered in one of Indonesia’s Pride Stadium, namely Jakabaring Stadium in Palembang. The stadium is called Gelora Sriwijaya, located in Jalan HA Bastari, Jakabaring, Palembang. From the center of Palembang […]

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Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II Museum
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Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II Museum Palembang

Helloindonesia.id – South Sumatra has long been known as Srivijaya earth, since the 7th century in this region there was the world’s largest and most respected maritime kingdom named the Srivijaya Kingdom. The influence of the Siriwijaya Kingdom even spread to Madagascar, South Africa. The triumph of Srivijaya collapsed into the 13th century AD, at […]

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Fort Marlborough
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Fort Marlborough Heritage of Britain in Bengkulu

Helloindonesia.id – Visiting Bengkulu is incomplete if you do not set foot in Fort Marlborough or in foreign languages ​​it is called Fort Marlborough. Located on Jalan Ahmad Yani, Bengkulu, this fort was a fortress built by the East Indies Company in 1713-1719 and was used as a British stronghold which was under the leadership […]

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exile for the proclamator
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History of Soekarno's exile home in Bengkulu

Helloindonesia.id – Bengkulu is one of the real sanctions of the life journey of an Indonesian proclaimer, and is Indonesia’s first president, Ir. Sukarno or better known as Bung Karno. Bung Karno’s past could not be separated from the shadows of exile by the Dutch colonial. There are several areas that have become the place […]

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Muaro Jambi
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Muaro Temple, Buddhist relics on Jambi

Helloindonesia.id – Muaro Jambi Temple is located in Muara Jambi Regency, Jambi Province. Once upon a time this temple was the center of Buddhist worship. This can be seen from the variety of findings in the form of ritual tools prajnaparamita statues in the form of ruins of stupas, elephant statues of singha, iron wajra […]

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