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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

How many temples in Bali?

How many temples in Bali?
Bali is known as the island of a thousand temples. There are many temples in Bali. In one village there are at least three temples. Not including the temple which has a higher level. Because, each temple has different levels, according to the current goal cult.

Temples in Bali grouped by level. Kind also varies, based on the revered god. From the beach to the top of the mountain, the river to the lake, fields to forests, huge stone up a big tree. All places in Bali has a temple. With different functions.

So, how many temples in Bali?. Temple in Bali is around 6002, and will continue to grow, along with increasing human settlements in Bali. Since each village has a temple. Special functions and temples made with a specific purpose.

Very many temples in Bali, categorized into several groups, because in reality not all temple is a place of worship for the average person, or the general public. Not all of the knot can be used for worship by everyone. Each temple has a different function.

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