Bajra Sandhi Monument is covering 33 dioramas representing the journey through history from prehistoric times until the period of filling the independence (1950-1975) where Bali Island is built in all areas such as its politics, economics, and social-cultural.
The monument standing up in the middle of Denpasar town, with its grand structure that resembles a Balinese Hindu priest’s praying bell, or ‘bajra’.
Bajra Sandhi Monument is a rectangular shape, and follows the architectural principles of the "Tri Mandala."
But feel free to jump to any section that interests you: In the center of the ground floor is a lake called the Purser Tasik.
To go get to Bajra Sandhi Monument is easily accessible and lies on the main road in strategically area, which is set right in the center of the Renon Square (otherwise locally referred to simply as, ‘Puputan Renon’).
Bajra Sandhi Monument is a nice example of Balinese architecture. A nice place to go to learn something about Bali's history.
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