Muara Takus

Muara Takus (Indonesian: Candi Muara Takus) is a Buddhist temple complex, thought to belong to the Sriwijaya empire. It is situated in Kampar Regency in Riau province, Sumatra, Indonesia. Its surviving temples and other archaeological remains are thought to date to the eleventh and twelfth century AD. It is one of the largest and best-preserved ancient temple complexes in Sumatra.

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Muara Takus - Design and Decoration
... The temple complex of Candi Muara Takus is surrounded by a 1 metre tall stone perimeter wall that measures 74 x 74 metres ... The largest structure at Candi Muara Takus is Candi Tua ... Like all the temples at Candi Muara Takus, Candi Tua features only minimal decoration ...