Visit the Sangiran archaeological site
Sangiran is an archaeological excavation site at the island of Java in Indonesia. The area comprises about 48 km² and is located in Central Java, about 15 kilometers north of Surakarta in the Solo River valley. In 1996 it was accepted as World Heritage by the UNESCO. In 1934 the anthropologist Gustav Heinrich Ralph von Koenigswald started to examine the area.
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