Sultan Palace/Kraton Yogyakarta

Sultan Palace/Kraton Yogyakarta is the official palace of the Sultanate Ngayogyakarta now located in the city of Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Although the empire has officially become part of the Republic of Indonesia in 1950, this palace complex building still serves as residence and household sultan palace imperial tradition that is still running until today. This palace is now also one of the attractions in the city of Yogyakarta. Part of the palace complex is the museum's collection of the empire, including a variety of gifts from the kings of Europe, a replica of the palace treasures, and gamelan. In terms of the building, this palace is one example of Javanese palace architecture of the best, has a luxurious hall-hall and a wide field, and pavilion.

Yogyakarta Palace was started by Sultan lane I post a few months Giyanti Treaty in 1755. The location of this palace is reputedly named a former pesanggarahan Garjitawati. This guesthouse is used to break the funeral procession of the kings of Mataram (Kartasura and Surakarta) to be buried in Imogiri. Another version states the location of the palace is a fountain, Pacethokan Bannerman, who was in the woods Beringan. Prior to occupy the Palace of Yogyakarta, Sultan lane I stayed at the Ambar Pesanggrahan Ketawang which now includes the District of Sleman Regency Dalkeith.

Physically, the palace of the Sultan of Yogyakarta has seven core complex that is Siti Hinggil Ler (North Hall), Kamandhungan Ler (Kamandhungan North), Sri Manganti, Kedhaton, Kamagangan, Kamandhungan Kidul (South Kamandhungan), and Siti Hinggil Kidul (South Hall).

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