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1 Monas National Monument

The Monas National Monument is a 132-meter tower in the center of Merdeka Square, Central
Jakarta, Indonesia Jakarta, is the capital of the state. It symbolizes the struggle for Indonesian
independence of our country. The monument consists of a 117.7 m obelisk on a 45m square
platform at a height of 17 m. The towering monument symbolizes the philosophy of Lingga and
Yoni. Resembles a phallus, or pestle mortar pestle and Yoni resembles rice or mortar, two
important things in the tradition of Indonesian agriculture. Construction began in 1961 under the
direction of President Sukarno, the first president of the us and the monument was opened to the
public in 1975. It is topped by a flame covered with gold foil, and now the monument calls.
5. Beach Parangtritis

Beach Parangtritis is fairly well-known attractions in Yogyakarta in addition to other objects

such as Samas beach, Baron, Kukup, Krakal and Glagah. Parangtritis has a uniqueness that is not
found in the views of other attractions besides the big waves are also the existence of mountains
of sand around the beach, which is usually called dunes. This attraction has been managed by the
Bantul pretty well, ranging from lodging facilities and markets selling souvenirs Parangtritis.

In Parangtritis There are also ATV, horse & carriage horses can be rented for up the coast from
east to west. In addition Parangtritis also a place for air sports
Mount Ciremai

Mount Ceremai often mistakenly called " Ciremai " is a volcanic cone that is administratively
included in the three districts , namely Cirebon , Kuningan and Majalengka, West Java Province.
The geographical position of the peak is located at 6 ° 53 ' 30 "latitude and 108 ° 24 ' 00 " East,
with an altitude of 3,078 m above sea level. This mountain is the highest mountain in West Java.

is mountain has a double crater. Western crater radius 400 m east of the crater that was
interrupted by a radius of 600 m. At an altitude of about 2,900 m above sea level on the southern
slopes of the eruption are former Gowa called Swallow.

Ciemai now belongs to the National Park area of Mount Ciremai (TNGC), which has a total
area of approximately 15,000 hectares.
The name is derived from the word mountain ciremai ( Phyllanthus acidus, a kind of small
fruiting shrubs is rather sour ), but is often called Ciremai , a hiperkorek symptoms due to the
many place names in the region Pasundan use the prefix 'ci -' for naming the place.

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