I was recently in Prambanan again, which is near Yogyakarta in central Java, principally to photograph the ancient Hindu temples there, and the reliefs found on those temples.
Prambanan is well known for these Hindu temples, but the Cultural Park also contains a number of Buddhist temples, the most famous of which is Candi Sewu, which is the largest Buddhist candi in Java outside of Borobudur.
There are two other smaller temples within the grounds, and it is photographs of these temples I am publishing today. They date from around the same time as Sewu, that is, around the 9th century.
The temples are notable for the stūpa crowned roofs and for some fine, but broken, statues that are found decorating the outside of the temples. More information about the temples can be found at the webpage below.
I will be publishing more materials from Prambanan and surroundings in the coming weeks.