Hawang Cave, Kei Islands – Maluku

Hawang Cave, Kei Island, Maluku, Postcard by Forester Art, Photo by Mustari Tepu, 2016

Hawang Cave, Kei Island, Maluku, Postcard by Forester Art, Photo by Mustari Tepu, 2016

Goa Hawang terletak di Desa Letvuan, 15 km dari Tual, Kepulauan Kei, Maluku Tenggara.  Goa ini dikenal sebagai tujuan wisata menarik. Nama Hawang dalam Bahasa Indonesia berarti arwah. Masyarakat percaya jika di goa yang memiliki keindahan berupa kolam air sangat jernih beserta stalagtit cantik tersebut masih banyak didiami oleh hantu.

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Richard Wegner

Richard Wagner, The Flying Dutchman, Postcard by ZoCard, Singapore, 2016.

Richard Wagner, The Flying Dutchman, Postcard by ZoCard, Singapore, 2016.

Richard Wagner adalah seorang penulis yang sering berkarya, mengarang lebih dari ratusan buku, puisi, dan artikel, serta jumlah korespondensi yang besar. Karyanya mencakup topik yang luas, termasuk politik, filsafat, dan opera.

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Maros, Sulawesi Selatan

Bantimurung Waterfall, Maros - South Sulawesi, Postcard by Ertu (+6285735612706). Photo by @amma_chemist, Unknown Year.

Bantimurung Waterfall, Maros – South Sulawesi, Postcard by Ertu (+6285735612706). Photo by @amma_chemist, Unknown Year.

Kabupaten Maros adalah salah satu Daerah Tingkat II di provinsi Sulawesi Selatan, Indonesia. Ibu kota kabupaten ini terletak di Kota Maros. Kabupaten ini memiliki luas wilayah 1.619,12 km² dan berpenduduk sebanyak 322.212 jiwa pada tahun 2011.

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Garuda Merah Putih

Merah Putih Garuda, Postcard by Lost in Indonesia, photo by Dio Sundoro, Postdated Agustus 2016

Merah Putih Garuda, Postcard by Lost in Indonesia, photo by Dio Sundoro, Postdated Agustus 2016

Agustus, menjadi bulan keramat bagi bangsa Indonesia. Pada bulan ini, tepatnya pada 17 Agustus 1945, Indonesia menyatakan kemerdekaannya. Perjuangan bangsa ini melepaskan diri dari belenggu penjajah, mencapai puncaknya dengan proklamasi kemerdekaan yang dibacakn oleh Dwi Tunggal, Soekarno – Hatta.  Continue reading

Subak, Indonesia

Subak - The Cultural Landscape of Bali, Postcard by Ministry of Education and Culture Republik Indonesia with support of UNESCO and World Culture Forum Bali, Postdated July 2016

Subak – The Cultural Landscape of Bali, Postcard by Ministry of Education and Culture Republik Indonesia with support of UNESCO and World Culture Forum Bali, Postdated July 2016

 

Cultural Landscape of Bali Province: the Subak System as a Manifestation of the Tri Hita Karana Philosophy

The cultural landscape of Bali consists of five rice terraces and their water temples that cover 19,500 ha. The temples are the focus of a cooperative water management system of canals and weirs, known as subak, that dates back to the 9th century. Included in the landscape is the 18th-century Royal Water Temple of Pura Taman Ayun, the largest and most impressive architectural edifice of its type on the island.

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Plowing Rice, Indonesia

Plowing rice, Postcard by Barong Postcard, Photo by Pitoyo S, Code BR-593, Indonesia, Postdated 08 Augustus 2016.

Plowing rice, Postcard by Barong Postcard, Photo by Pitoyo S, Code BR-593, Indonesia, Postdated 08 Augustus 2016.

One of the preparation process before planting rice are plowing the field. As part of land preparation, these process can do manually with help of animal like Ox or cow, and modern ways using tractors machine.

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