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Archaeologists in Bali report the discovery of the remains of the largest Hindu temple, dating to the 13-15th centuries.

Bali’s ‘largest’ ancient Hindu temple discovered
AFP via The Star, 25 October 2012

Construction workers in Bali have discovered what is thought to be the biggest ancient Hindu temple ever found on the Indonesian island, archaeologists said.

The workers were digging a drain in the island’s capital Denpasar at a Hindu study centre when they came across the remains of the stone temple.

They reported the discovery to the Bali archaeology office, which then unearthed substantial foundations of a structure that the excavation team believes dates from around the 13th to 15th centuries.

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