Photographs

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AlbumRTW Volume 3(1903)

India, Burma, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia
Browsing photos RTW Vol3 001-250

RTW_vol_3_201 - Between Salak, Gunung, mt and Gede Tanjung - Jawa (Indonesia)
[View from train of paddy fields]
Date: March 17 1903
RTW_vol_3_202 - Between Salak, Gunung, mt and Gede Tanjung - Jawa (Indonesia)
[View from train of mountainous landscape]
Date: March 17 1903
RTW_vol_3_203 - Yogyakarta - Jawa (Indonesia)
Djokyakarta [Indonesians and street]
Date: March 18 1903
RTW_vol_3_204 - Yogyakarta - Jawa (Indonesia)
Djokyakarta [Sadoe (tonga) in street]
Date: March 18 1903
RTW_vol_3_205 - Yogyakarta - Jawa (Indonesia)
Djokyakarta [Indonesians and street]
Date: March 18 1903
RTW_vol_3_206 - Yogyakarta - Jawa (Indonesia)
Djokyakarta [Indonesians and street. "A Javanese swell is a most attractive person. He is very tall and slight; he wears a beautiful painted cotton petticoat drawn tightly round him and held by a wide band, in the back of which he sticks his great knife - Kriss, its called.......so he swaggers down the street, his servant carrying a huge umbrella....to show how hochwohlgeboren he is"]
Date: March 18 1903
RTW_vol_3_207 - Yogyakarta - Jawa (Indonesia)
Djokyakarta [Indonesians and European woman in street]
Date: March 18 1903
RTW_vol_3_208 - Yogyakarta - Jawa (Indonesia)
Djokyakarta [Indonesians at bazaar]
Date: March 18 1903
RTW_vol_3_209 - Yogyakarta - Jawa (Indonesia)
Djokyakarta [Indonesians and street]
Date: March 18 1903
RTW_vol_3_210 - Yogyakarta - Jawa (Indonesia)
Djokyakarta [Indonesians at bazaar]
Date: March 18 1903
RTW_vol_3_211 - Yogyakarta - Jawa (Indonesia)
Djokyakarta [Indonesians at bazaar]
Date: March 18 1903
RTW_vol_3_212 - Yogyakarta - Jawa (Indonesia)
Djokyakarta [Indonesians at bazaar]
Date: March 18 1903
RTW_vol_3_213 - Yogyakarta - Jawa (Indonesia)
Djokyakarta [House/temple beside water tank]
Date: March 18 1903
RTW_vol_3_214 - Yogyakarta - Jawa (Indonesia)
Djokyakarta [Temple in gardens]
Date: March 18 1903
RTW_vol_3_215 - Yogyakarta - Jawa (Indonesia)
Djokyakarta [House/Temple from a distance]
Date: March 18 1903
RTW_vol_3_216 - Borobudor - Jawa (Indonesia)
Borobudor [Exterior view of temple made from grey andesite. Built during Sailendra dynasty. Ten tiers (one is buried) - central stupa is surrounded by three circles of stupas and supported by five levels of square terraces. Each level has carved friezes: base showing hell and lower world, rising through the earthly to the celestial regions and nirvana at the top of the temple]
Date: March 18 1903
RTW_vol_3_217 - Borobudor - Jawa (Indonesia)
Borobudor [View from temple across landscape. Temple made from grey andesite. Built during Sailendra dynasty. Ten tiers (one is buried) - central stupa is surrounded by three circles of stupas and supported by five levels of square terraces. Each level has carved friezes: base showing hell and lower world, rising through the earthly to the celestial regions and nirvana at the top of the temple]
Date: March 18 1903
RTW_vol_3_218 - Borobudor - Jawa (Indonesia)
Borobudor [Exterior view of temple made from grey andesite. Built during Sailendra dynasty. Ten tiers (one is buried) - central stupa is surrounded by three circles of stupas and supported by five levels of square terraces. Each level has carved friezes: base showing hell and lower world, rising through the earthly to the celestial regions and nirvana at the top of the temple]
Date: March 18 1903
RTW_vol_3_219 - Borobudor - Jawa (Indonesia)
Borobudor [View from temple of landscape. Temple made from grey andesite. Built during Sailendra dynasty. Ten tiers (one is buried) - central stupa is surrounded by three circles of stupas and supported by five levels of square terraces. Each level has carved friezes: base showing hell and lower world, rising through the earthly to the celestial regions and nirvana at the top of the temple]
Date: March 18 1903
RTW_vol_3_220 - Borobudor - Jawa (Indonesia)
Borobudor [View of tier of temple - made from grey andesite. Built during Sailendra dynasty. Ten tiers (one is buried) - central stupa is surrounded by three circles of stupas and supported by five levels of square terraces. Each level has carved friezes: base showing hell and lower world, rising through the earthly to the celestial regions and nirvana at the top of the temple. Indonesian guide nearby]
Date: March 18 1903

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