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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Great Royal Cremation for the lake King of Peliatan

It is a grand Royal Cremation for the late king of Peliatan Palace, Ubud. The cremation was attended by hundreds thousand of local community and visitors who flooded the area of Peliatan Palace into the sea of man from early morning even if the procession itself was start moving at around 14:00. They all were patiently waiting and standing under the heat of the sun and people who are flocking into the area of the palace and along the street to the cemetery ground that was approximately 2 km away. The procession was moving slowly to the cremation ground because of the height and weight of the tower itself.


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