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Kota Yogyakarta (kotamadya, nama lain: Jogja, Yogya, Yogyakarta, Jogjakarta) adalah sebuah kota besar di Indonesia. Kota ini pernah menjadi ibu kota Indonesia pada masa revolusi. Selain itu kota ini adalah ibu kota Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta, yang dipimpin oleh Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X dan Pangeran Pakualam. Selanjutnya >>

Yogyakarta

The Special Region of Yogyakarta (Indonesian: Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta, or DIY), is a province of Indonesia on the island of Java. It is the only province in Indonesia that is still formally governed by a precolonial Sultanate, the Sultanate of Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat. Yogyakarta is sometimes rendered in its Dutch spelling as Jogjakarta which is Anglicized in pronunciation as (IPA) /ʤogʤə'kartə/. But the name is pronounced in its original Javanese language, /jogja'karta/.

Yogyakarta is located in south-central Java. It is surrounded by the province of Central Java (Jawa Tengah) and the [Indian Ocean] in the south. The city is located at {{coor dm|7|47|S|110|22|E|}}.

The population of DIY in 2003 was approximately 3,000,000. The province of Yogyakarta has a total area of 3,185.80 km². Yogyakarta has the second-smallest area of the provinces in Indonesia, after the Jakarta. However it has, along with adjacent areas in Central Java, some of the highest population densities of Java.



Malioboro

Jalan Malioboro is a major shopping street in Yogyakarta, Indonesia; the name is also used more generally for the neighborhood around the street. It runs north from the Yogyakarta kraton (palace) towards the roads that lead to either Surakarta to the east, or Magelang to the north, as well as Mount Merapi. This is in itself is significant to many of the local population, the north south orientation between the palace and the volcano being of importance.

The street is the centre of Yogyakarta's largest tourist district; many hotels and restaurants are located nearby. Sidewalks on both sides of the street are crowded with small stalls selling a variety of goods. In the evening several open-air streetside restaurants, called lesehan, operate along the street.

Less obvious to the tourist, but more for the local population, side streets, lanes and structures that lead on to Malioboro are as important as the street itself.

The street was for many years two-way, but by the 1980s had become one way only, from the railway line (where it starts) to the south - to Beringharjo markets, where it ends. The largest, oldest Dutch era hotel, Hotel Garuda, is located on the street's northern end, on the eastern side adjacent to the railway line. It has the former Dutch era Prime Minister's complex, the kepatihan, on the eastern side.

For many years in the 1980s and later, a cigarette advertisement was placed on the first building south of the railway line - or effectively the last building on Malioboro, which advertised Marlboro cigarettes, no doubt appealing to locals and foreigners who would see a pun with name of the street with a foreign product being advertised.

It does not reach the walls or grounds of the Yogyakarta palace, as Malioboro ceases in name adjacent to the very large market Beringharjo (on the eastern side as well). From this point the street changes name and has on the western side the former Governors residence, and on the eastern side the old Dutch Fort Vredenburg.


Museum Sonobudoyo

Museum Sonobudoyo is museum history and culture of Java, including classic architecture building of Java. This Museum keeps collections about culture and history of Java considered as one of most complete museum after Museum Nasional Republik Indonesia in Jakarta. Besides ceramics at Neolitik era and bronze statue from century of 8, this museum also keeps some kind of form of wayang kulit, various ancient weapons ( including keris), and Java mask.

Museum which located in upstate Alun-alon Lor from kraton Yogyakarta also presents wayang kulit performance in the form of appearance of its original ways ( by using Javanese language accompanied by gamelan Java means). This wayang kulit plays presented shortly from 8:00-10:00 at night at workday for the foreign turis and also domestic turis.


Lereng Merapi

Mount Merapi, Gunung Merapi in Indonesian language, is a conical volcano located on the border between Central Java and Yogyakarta, Indonesia. It is the most active volcano in Indonesia and has erupted regularly since 1548. Its name means Mountain of Fire. It is very close to the city of Yogyakarta, and thousands of people live on the flanks of the volcano, with villages as high as 1700 m above sea level.

Several of its eruptions have caused fatalities. It was erupting from 1992 to 2002, and a particularly large explosion killed 43 people in 1994. It began erupting again in 2006, and scientists believe a large eruption is imminent. In light of the hazards it poses to populated areas, it has been designated a Decade Volcano.


Kaliurang

Kaliurang is a small town located about 25 km north of the town of Yogyakarta, on the island of Java, Indonesia. It is located on the southern slopes of Mount Merapi, an active volcano.

Kaliurang is a resort town, popular as a weekend destination for visitors from Yogyakarta. Attractions include the cool air, views, and an extensive forested park with trails. The town charges a small admission fee to visitors, paid at a booth on the busy main road from Yogyakarta.

The town was the location of negotiations during the fighting between the Dutch and Indonesians in the 1940s, when the houses and holiday homes owned by the Sultanate of Yogyakarta were utilised.

Kaliurang has been an important base for vulcanologists in their monitoring of eruptions of Merapi, especially when the southern slopes of the volcano become active.

Parangtritis

Parangtritis, Beach and community on the southern coast of Yogyakarta, or otherwise Southern Central Java Location of meetings with the legendary Nyai Loro Kidul or 'Queen of the South'. Local folklore warns visitors not to wear the colour green, or the Queen will entice the wearer into the ocean to drown.



Gua Selarong

Gua Selarong is a cave that tourist location exist with view of beautiful nature and suited for applied as camping ground. This object location around 14 north direction kms of Yogyakarta, precisely in Kecamatan Pajangan, Sub-Province Bantul and resides in hilltop growed many guava trees which is individuality from the object.

Long time ago, this cave applied as station of guerrilla Prince Diponegoro in his struggle fighting against colonization of Dutch. Prince Diponegoro move after his house in Tegalrejo attacked and burned out by the Dutch. Around Cave Selarong there is sentra crafting of wood yielding statue, mask and others. the Government of Sub-Province Bantul is developing area Gua selarong as agrotourism object with klengkeng plant.


Candi Prambanan

Prambanan is the largest Hindu temple compound in Indonesia, located in Central Java, approximately 18 km east of Yogyakarta.[1]

It was built around 850 CE by either Rakai Pikatan, king of the second Mataram dynasty, or Balitung Maha Sambu, during the Sanjaya Dynasty. Not long after its construction, the temple was abandoned and began to deteriorate. Reconstruction of the compound began in 1918. The main building was completed in around 1953. Much of the original stonework, which has often been stolen and reused at remote construction sites. A temple will only be rebuilt if at least 75% of the original stones are available, and therefore only the foundation walls of most of the smaller shrines are now visible and with no plans for reconstruction.

Today, the temple is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the largest Hindu temples in south-east Asia. It is characterised by its tall and pointed architecture, typical of Hindu temple architecture, and by the 47m high central building inside a large complex of individual temples.

The temple was damaged during the earthquake in Java in 2006. Early photos suggested that although the complex appears to be structurally intact, damage is significant, with large pieces of debris, including carvings, scattered over the ground. The temple has been closed to the public until damage can be fully assessed. The head of Yogyakarta Archaeological Conservation Agency stated that: "it will take months to identify the precise damage".However, some weeks later in 2006 the site re-opened for visitors. The immediate surroundings of the Hindu temples remain off-limits for safety reason.


Candi Sewu

Buddhist temple complex, older than Roro Jonggrang. A main sanctuary surrounded by many smaller temples. Well preserved guardian statues, replicas of which stand in the central courtyard at the Jogja Kraton.


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Yogyakarta Testimonial

radonkblaz

i miss you djogja............heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee....


nikenramadani

jogja kota seribu romansa
alun alun,parang tritis,boluvard,malioboro,sate samirono,bakso bawor


novitaadriano

gonna be there soon 4 spend my vacation,love yogya....sooo much


tomrandolph

i miss jogja very very very badly!!!!!!!!!!!


yuwonok

romantissss bok....
it's the real never ending asia....


bonie318

ikut2an kangen jogja ach... heheheh,thank's bro...


blackvenomspider

I missed my city :(


nihayatul79

Ya i know that. I lived in Jogja for 6 years. I cannot forget Jogja. Jogja is my second home. Although now I live in Hawaii, my feel is still in JOgja. I miss JOgja a lot


epysyachrial

Yogya tuch bikin kangen...Tempat teduh, Nyantai, Full of Javanese Culture, Tenang, Santun...Pokoknya hari tua gw..gw mau tinggal disana...dirumah gaya joglo...Inget jaman sma nih...ngebawain lagu ini sambil jalan2 ke Yogya bareng teman2.



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