Muarajambi Temple Compound
Muarajambi Temple Compound is part of the Tentative list of Indonesia in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.
Muarajambi is a large and well-preserved Buddhist temple complex. It was built by the Melayu Kingdom, with its surviving temples and other archaeological remains estimated to date from the 7th to 13th century. The archaeological site includes eight excavated temple sanctuaries, ancient canals and ponds. The structures were made of red brick with little decoration.
Map of Muarajambi Temple CompoundLoad map
The coordinates shown for all tentative sites were produced as a community effort. They are not official and may change on inscription.
Muarajambi temple compound is an outstanding heritage of culture and nature. The landscape is even gorgeous. Here we learn how the old malay people live and the culture and the development of the culture to date. They even share how to save water and protect landscape with the canals surrounding each temple compound and surrounding whole location which is also functioned as protection system and boundary between the profound and sacral area with the outside part. It is not only the temple, or archaeological heritage within, but also the nature which is soooo outstanding. Here, some artifacts have been found and some ceramics from local and various foreign countries which represent that this area was very important place at that time, for even oreign voyagers and traders. For me, Muarajambi is absolutely worth for being world heritage!.
2009 Added to Tentative List
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