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The Borobudur Temple – UNESCO World Heritage Site
The Borobudur Temple
Famous destination among tourists all over the world, the Borobudur Temple is the biggest Buddhist temple In the world and is inscribed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1991. It has a unique architectural style that reflects Buddhist spiritual values and principles. Surrounded by green hills and lakes, this temple is also situated in a specific location in accordance with astronomical coordinates invented in ancient time. Thanks to this outstanding position, Borobudur temple was appointed as the venue of International Astronomy Olympiad in 2015. The name of “Borobudur” was derived from the Sanskrit words “Vihara Buddah Uhr”, which means the Buddhist Monastery on the hill.
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