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Yogyakarta city, full of nostalgia

Jogja (some people call Yogyakarta, Jogjakarta, or Yogya) is one of the cities in Java, Indonesia, famous for its historical and cultural heritage. Yogyakarta is the center of Mataram Kingdom (1575-1640), and until now there is the Palace (Palace) which is still functioning in the real sense. Yogyakarta also has many thousands of years old temple which is a relic of the kingdoms of antiquity, among them the Borobudur Temple was built in the 9th century by the dynasty Syailendra.
In addition to the cultural heritage, Yogyakarta has beautiful natural panorama. Green rice field surrounding countryside with Mount Merapi appeared as a backdrop. Beaches unspoiled easily found in the south of Jogja.

The people here live in peace and have a unique hospitality. Try to get around the city by bike, pedicab, or horse cart; you will find a sincere smile and warm greeting in every corner of the city. Without you realizing it, suddenly you will feel like being at home.

So was the atmosphere of art in Jogja. Malioboro, which is the artery of Jogja, flooded with handicrafts from all over. Street musicians were always ready to entertain visitors lesehan stalls.

Many people who have visited Yogyakarta to say that this city always makes miss. Have a look here, you'll understand why.

Beach in Yogyakarta:
1. Krakal Beach
2. Ngobaran Beach, from Temple to Fried Sea Urchin
3. Ngrenehan Beach
4. Parangtritis, the Most Popular Beach in Yogyakarta
5. Parangkusumo, the Love Beach in Yogyakarta
6. Ngrenehan Beach
7. Sundak Beach and Dog and Sea Urchin Fight which Result a Blessing
8. Wediombo Beach, Fishing from the Coral Hill

Temple in Yogyakarta
1. Temple Gebang (Gebang Temple)
2. Borobudur, the Biggest Buddhist Temple in the Ninth Century
3. Mendut (Mendut Temple)
4. Pawon (Pawon Temple)
5. Plaosan Temple, the Twin Temple in Yogyakarta
6. Prambanan, the Most Beautiful Hindu Temple in the World
7. Tara Temple, the Oldest Buddhism Inheritance in Yogyakarta
8. Reading the Message from Nirvana in Gampingan Temple.

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