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Posted by Latest Indonesia Tourism on Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Karangkamulyan site is the site of a Hindu-Buddhist period with coordinates 7 ° 20.84 'S 108 ° 29.376' E. It is estimated that this site are relics of the kingdom Galuh. Site is located in the village Karangkamulyan Karangkamulyan, District Cijeungjing. The complex form of the site which covers 25.5 hectares of forest located by the highway that connects Kudat - Banjar. Site boundary to the north is a highway, east of the Cimuntur, Citanduy River south, and west of the rest area.

When was this site found is not known with certainty. Local people said that since about 1700 the complex has been frequented for many purposes. However, an inventory of archaeological objects made by NJ Chrome in 1914 did not mention the existence of complex Karangkamulyan. Karangkamulyan site is now a complex cultural attractions that have been arranged neatly. The main entrance gate is located on the west. In this section, provided ample parking area equipped with food stalls are lined up neatly in the east parking lot. To the south of the parking lot, there are still wide enough pages in the western part of the mosque stands a pretty majestic facility. To enter the complex Karangkamulyan through the entrance located on the east side of the park backyard.

Ciung Wanara Sites
With a well-maintained dirt road through the net several sites with easy and convenient to reach. Within the site there are several complex objects.

a) First Pangcalikan encountered from the entrance to the east is the site Pangcalikan site. This site is a land which has been given an iron fence. Pangcalikan site consists of three pages each bounded stone structure with a height of about 1 m width 0.35 m. The first page is located in the south. The second page is on the north side of the first page. The next three pages are at the north yard second. On the third page there is a cupola building without walls but covered with white net curtains. Remains that there is a white tuffaceous rocks measuring 92 x 92 cm with an overall height of 48 cm. This stone is called pangcalikan society. To the south of this stone lined three flat stones of andesitic material. In the southwest there is a set of stone stone pangcalikan one of them elliptical.

b) Sipatahunan, Trance rifle and Panyabungan Hayam Through the dirt road to the east there is the intersection of four. The intersection of four north toward Sipatahunan and south to World Trance rifle and Panyabungan Hayam. Sipatahunan is one part Citanduy sloping ledges. Here there are no archaeological objects. World Trance rifle building a rectangular stone structure. On the south side there is a gap in the wall as the entrance. In the midst of the land there are 2 long in a state of broken stone. A stone in an upright position and the other one collapsed. Collapsed stone is called Trance rifle because it looks like a gun (rifle). To the south there is a rifle Site Trance Panyabungan land called Hayam. This page circular that in the middle there bungur tree. On the north side there is a stone structure.

c) Coat worship Down a dirt road to the north and then turn east Coat worship stone will be found. This stone is located on a page that is restricted square stone structure. The driveway is located on the east side. In the middle of the page there is a rectangular stone long standing, surrounded by a round stone structure. The standing stones first (1960) found in the north location is now at a distance of about 10 m. In consideration then established at the site now and fences made of stone structure as another object.

d) Cikahuripan Down a dirt road to the east will get Cikahuripan. Cikahuripan is the confluence of two small rivers named Citeguh and Cirahayu. Cikahuripan conditions present a bathing place for a particular purpose. Existing building with a new building equipped with various facilities eg prayer place.

e) Panyandaan and Tomb Sri Bhagawat Pohaci To the east of Cikahuripan there is a square stone structure resembling a stone wall. On the east side there is a gap as an entrance. In the middle there is a round stone structure standing stone and flat stone surrounded by triangular-shaped arrangement of small rocks. The site is called Panyandaan. In front of the site Panyandaan there are three standing stones, one of which in a leaning position. Around the standing stones are spread cobblestones. These objects are believed to be the tomb of Sri Bhagawat Pohaci.

f) Pamangkonan Pamangkonan site is located far to the south of Site Panyandaan or to the east of Site Pangcalikan. Objects such as a square-shaped stone structure. On the east side there is a gap as an entrance. In the middle there is the arrangement of objects cobblestones surround one stone. This stone is also called Trance Inditinditan Citanduy first discovered in the river.

g) The tomb of Duke Street Panaekan Pamangkonan to the southeast there is the tomb of Duke Panaekan. Objects that exist in the form of composite circular stone structure. In the middle there is the tomb of the stone structure. Duke Panaekan is the lower the figure the first regent of Kudat.

h) Fetur Trench and Fortress addition to several objects as mentioned earlier, in the complex are fetur Karangkamulyan trench. This trench encountered in the west parking lot and around the core site. Traces of ancient trenches on the west parking lot is located precisely at the boundary area of ​​the site is now the rest area. The trench longitudinal north-south connection between the river Cimuntur Citanduy River. The state of the trenches to the south of the highway had not so apparent. While on the highway north still unclear circumstances. Wide trench that is about 10 m with a depth of about 2 m. Site Karangkamulyan (Zone I), surrounded by the ancient moat that have varying widths of 0.5-1.5 meters, partially covered by shrubs. On the outer side of the ditch next to the castle there is a mound forming longitudinal north-south, with a height of about 2 m with a width varying between 3 to 4 m. Judging from existing traces, the fort was also continued until the banks of the Cimuntur. Based on the findings of foreign ceramics show originated around century 10-17.


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