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Bali 38 Mount Batur & Pura Ulun Danu Batur

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Mount Batur (Gunung Batur) is an active volcano located at the center of two concentric calderas north west of Mount Agung. The SE wall of the inner caldera lies beneath Lake Batur. Pura Ulun Danu Batur is the second most important temple in Bali, after Pura Besakih. Built in 1926, the temple is dedicated to Dewi Danu, goddess of lakes and rivers.
Originally, Pura Batur and the village of Batur were located down in the caldera at the foot of Mount Batur, an active volcano. A violent eruption in 1926 destroyed both the village and the temple, except for the most important shrine, an 11-tiered meru dedicated to Dewi Danu. The villagers moved to the highest and oldest rim of the caldera, where they rebuilt their village and the temple

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  • 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/michaelasanda-1563959-bali-38-mount-batur/
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  • 3. Lake Batur is the widest lake in this island. It lies down in the feet of MountBatur and Mount Abang.The surrounding of the lake is a favorite place for picks you self up.At lake Batur you can see the scenic view and feel cool atmosphere.Banglis mountainous region centers around the spectacular volcanic crater (orcaldera) of Batur. Mount Batur itself is actually just a small volcano, but itssetting is in the heart of a huge crater. Adjacent to the volcano is the largecrescent-shaped Batur Lake, all surrounded by the high walls of the crater rim.
  • 4. The double caldera of Mt Batur
  • 5. Mount Batur (Gunung Batur)is an active volcano locatedat the center of twoconcentric calderas northwest of Mount Agung, Bali,Indonesia.The south east side of thelarger 10×13 km calderacontains a caldera lake. Theinner 7.5-kilometer-widecaldera, which was formedduring emplacement of theBali (or Ubud) ignimbrite, hasbeen dated at about 23,670and 28,500 years ago
  • 6. Volcanic lake Batur
  • 7. Volcanic lake Batur
  • 8. The SE wall of the innercaldera lies beneath LakeBatur; Batur cone has beenconstructed within the innercaldera to a height above theouter caldera rim. The Baturstratovolcano has producedvents over much of the innercaldera, but a NE-SW fissuresystem has localized theBatur I, II, and III cratersalong the summit ridge.Historical eruptions havebeen characterized by mild-to-moderate explosive activitysometimes accompanied bylava emission.
  • 9. Basaltic lava flows fromboth summit and flankvents have reached thecaldera floor and theshores of Lake Batur inhistorical time. The calderacontains an active, 700-metre-tall stratovolcanorising above the surface ofLake Batur. The firsthistorically documentederuption of Batur was in1804, and it has beenfrequently active sincethen.The caldera is populatedand includes the two mainvillages of Kedisan andToya Bungkah. The localslargely rely on agriculturefor income but tourism hasbecome increasinglypopular due to the relativelystraightforward trek to thesummit of the centralcrater.
  • 10. The lake, Danau Batur, is the largest crater lake on the island of Bali and is a good source of fish.
  • 11. Pura Ulun Danu Batur (alsoknown as "Pura UlunDanu," "Pura Batur" or"Pura Bat") is the secondmost important temple inBali, after Pura Besakih.
  • 12. Built in 1926, the temple isdedicated to Dewi Danu,goddess of lakes andrivers. "Ulun Danu" literallytranslates as "head of thelake".
  • 13. Originally, Pura Batur andthe village of Batur werelocated down in the calderaat the foot of Mount Batur,an active volcano.A violent eruption in 1926destroyed both the villageand the temple, except forthe most important shrine,an 11-tiered merudedicated to Dewi Danu.The villagers moved to thehighest and oldest rim ofthe caldera, where theyrebuilt their village and thetemple
  • 14. Pura Baturcomprises ninedifferenttemples,containing intotal 285 shrinesand pavilionsdedicated to thegods andgoddesses ofwater,agriculture, holysprings, art,crafts, and more.
  • 15. Brugmansia arelarge shrubs or smalltrees, with semi-woody trunks.Their large, fragrantflowers give themtheir common nameof angels trumpets,a name sometimesused for the closelyrelated genusDatura.Brugmansia arewoody trees orshrubs, withpendulous, not erect,flowers, that have nospines on their fruit.Datura species areherbaceous busheswith erect (notpendulous) flowers,and most havespines on their fruit.
  • 16. Pura Penataran Agung Batur,the principal temple, has fivemain courtyards. Its mostdominant shrines are the 11-tiered meru situated in theinner and most sacredcourtyard
  • 17. There are also,three 9-tieredmerus dedicatedto Mount Batur,Mount Abang,and Ida BataraDalemWaturenggong,the deified king ofthe Gelgeldynasty whoruled from 1460to 1550.The eight othertemples arePenataran PuraJati, Pura TirtaBungkah, PuraTaman Sari, PuraTirta MasMampeh, PuraSampian Wangi,Pura Gunarali,Pura PadangSila, and PuraTuluk Biyu
  • 18. Text : Internet Pictures: Nicoleta Leu & Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Arangement: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasandaSound: Chillout mit Bali Impressionen

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