Headlines : Temple Cetha, Enchantment of Beauty Khayangan. Entrance to the temple area Cetha like being in a layer nirvana and was accompanied by a charming angel nan. Prove it when you visit the tourist sites of this!

It lies on the western slopes of Mount Lawu and there at an altitude of 1400 m above sea level makes the beauty of the vibrant look around the temple. Being in this temple you like being stepped on top of the mountain, so the scenery around is filled with green steps can be enjoyed with satisfaction.

Once planted on the temple gate, cold air bit into the skin. Not to mention the cold breeze that hit the skin, making you feel the urge to urinate. Moreover, long journey through the steep grades to get into corners of the temple that were previously missed naturally gave birth to fatigue and fug in your ear. But do not worry, fatigue is immediately paid off as exotic scenery greets temple.

You are presented with the view of the temple consists of 13 steps of the terrace from west to east. So, be prepared with the stamina of your legs if you want down the steps of a staircase.

The philosophy of the higher steps to the back indicating the most sacred places. Each page of terraces connected by a path that seems to divide the page into two terraces.

Cetha temple art forms have in common with Sukuh temple that was built with the concept of terraced, so reminiscent of punden berundak prehistoric times. The form of building this kind of very specific and not found in another temple complex in Central Java except Sukuh temple.

In the temple complex Cetha found many areas that have the characteristics of prehistoric times, such areas are described in simple form, ie, both hands placed in front of the abdomen or chest. This attitude is reminiscent of the simple sculptures in the area Bada, Central Sulawesi.

In addition, there are reliefs depicting scenes such as temple Sukuh Cuddamala story as well as reliefs of animals ie elephants, horses, eels and crabs.

The temple was built in the 15th century AD is related to the existence of a framed inscription Saka 1373 or 1451 AD. The main building of this temple at the top or the rear. To enjoy its beauty, you need to climb the steep steps by steps. Although the need to go through these struggles, it's not if you do not set foot afdol top of this temple. In addition to enjoying the panoramic mountain ranges around more freely, you can enjoy a marquee-wooden pavilion built by someone without forward the concept of archeology. But those reasons do not reduce the beauty of the summit temple built during the Majapahit kingdom on the verge of collapse.

source : travel.okezone.com
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