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Muara Jambi Temple

This site is considered one of the richest archaeological sites on the island of Sumatra. The eight temple-like structures are Buddhist, and were built around the 14th century. In 1982, a 32 centimeter tall female bronze statue was found at Koto Kandis, in the Muara Sabak subdistrict. It is believed to be the goddess Laksmi, holding a lotus bud in her right hand and an oil lamp in her left.

Muara Jambi Temple
Swiss-Belhotel Jambi