Restored monument hailed as landmark of religious tolerance

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Restoration works on the 9th-century Kalibukbuk ‘candi’ (a generic name to denote a monument or shrine) in Bali has recently completed, and is hailed as a symbol of religious tolerance as an ancient Buddhist monument in the predominantly Hindu island. You can read about the Kalibukbuk Candi here (in Indonesian).


Kalibukbuk Buddhist `candi’, a token of ancient religious harmony
Jakarta Post, 25 May 2009
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