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ITS–The Gadang House is the traditional house of the Minangkabau ethnic tribe in West Sumatra Province. The house is built on stilts and looks like a sailboat from a distance, with its roof made of corrugated iron or ...

ITS–The tribes in Papua live in traditional houses which are architecturally different from each other. The Asmattribe, who lives near the seashore, resides in four-angled houses, while the Dani tribe, who lives in mountainous areas, resides in round-shaped ...

ITS–The limas house, also called a bari house, is one of the traditional houses of the Palembang people in South Sumatra. Limas is the combination of the words lima (five) and emas (gold). Formerly, only aristocrats had the ...

ITS–The traditional house of the Toraja tribe, who live on the island of Sulawesi, is called Tongkonan. It is the local word for “sit” or “gather together to hear ancient tradition and to dis­cuss matters relating to the ...

ITS–The Karonese people live in the Karo Highland inthe province of North Sumatra. This house is a place to live for multiple families, either 12, 8, or 4 families. There is no wall to separate the families. Each ...

ITS–The traditional House of Aceh, like most of original buildings in Sumatra, is a stage house made of wooden poles or bamboo. The pole height from the ground into the floor is about three feet, which help to ...

ITS–Unlike the other five presidential palaces, Tampak SiringPalace is located far from the center of governmental activities. It is the only one which was built after Indonesia gained independence. It is situated at Tampak Siring Village in Bali. ...

ITS–Located at the foot of Mount Gede, Cipanas Palace was originally designed as a rest or transit house. Situated on the side of the mountain at an attitude of 1100 meters, the weather is cool and breezy. The ...

ITS–Yogyakarta Palace is situated at the center of the city’s busiest part, right at the southern end of JalanAkhmadYani, formerly JalanMalioboro, in the heart of the provincial capital of the Special Territory of Yogyakarta. The palace’s premises are ...

ITS–The centuries-old Jogyakarta Palace is not only the residence of the Jogyakarta Sultan, but is also deemed the center of Javanese culture. Built in 1755, by Prince Mangukubumi, later named Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono I, the palace was inhabited ...