Minggu, 01 Mei 2011


Since immemorial time, the State of the Indonesian archipelago is famous for its natural wealth. Not a few big nations who wanted to rule the islands, located right on the equator. In addition to rich natural resources of infinite, this archipelago also has a wealth of art, culture and history.
Although the newly independent 64 years, but the history of this nation counted long enough. Of course such a long journey left legacies of priceless antiquities.

Along with the increasing age of the republic, it turns more and more also found cultural legacies and the new history. Many locations in the archipelago that have been promoted as a world cultural heritage. The international community was of course very familiar with sites such as the establishment of dozens of villages Prambanan Hindu temple patterned or sub Muntilan where we can see the majesty of the patterned Borobudur Buddhist temple, both are a legacy from the time of the ancient Mataram kingdom. To this day still do research on the possibilities of the discovery of new temples in both regions.

Apart from the two locations above that in fact located on the island of Java, the archipelago is actually still have other locations that have many ancient legacies. One of them is Pejeng village located in Gianyar district of Bali province. Village Pejeng this is not as popular as other areas in Bali. However, ironically this Pejeng village is one of the central area of ​​ancient kingdom of Bali.

Pejeng village also has many ancient relics such as Pura Kebo Edan, Statue Arjuna Metapa, and Pura Pusering Jagat,one of the Pura Sad Kahyangan, and Pura Penataran Sasih, the oldest temple in Bali, which was 2200 years. In addition to these sites, in this village was established museum of Archaeology and Gedong Arca. If we explore deeper, more then we will find a variety of historic sites, such as temples Estimator-size and Goa Garba or Cliff Temple Kerobokan. Both sites are located right on the banks of the Pakerisan river.

Based on various studies of the archaeologists assumed that a great many archaeological sites such as temples and niches hermitage built on the banks of the Pakerisan River. From this assumption, in fact it can be concluded that the wealth of ancient villages Pejeng not yet fully excavated, to see that this village stands on the banks of the Legendary Pakerisan river.Viewed from the aspect of tourism, the village Pejeng has selling power and high potential of tourism. But of course, promotion and packaging of this village should be done as possible in order to become one of the places of interest.

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