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The stairs leading to a Prambanam temple., in Leles, Sri Lanka more

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The stairs leading to a Prambanam temple.

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We drove on, perhaps a mile farther, and came to a wonderful group of temples, dating about the same period, known as Prambanam, where we saw what excited our wonder and admiration. Though the ruins did not contain a sing;e genuine Buddha figure, holdign only many images of Hindu gods, archæologists find ample proof that they were built by Buddhists (they have been called Hindu temples).” (p. 155)

I think this is the same Prambanan [sic] temple described by The temples of Western Java, as further description in the book correlates moderately well.

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