Know More the Mangkunegaran Palace

By Triunt • October 16th, 2012


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  • Did you know that in Solo city, there are 2 pieces of the king’s palace, and Mangkunegaran Kasunanan. If you’ve heard Matah Ati performance, you should know about the history of this kingdom, Mangkunegaran dynasty. The palace was built in 1757 with smaller design models, which was officially established and recognized Mangkunegaran since Salatiga Agreement. Mangkunegaran stood  after Raden Mas Said continued to struggle to VOC, and because of the blessing of Sunan to set up his own small kingdom by the name Mangkunegaran, he himself became known as Mangkunegoro I.

    Great Hall is a symmetrical palace with an area of  3,500 square meters, because ultimately that’s jumbo size marquee is often touted as the biggest hall in Indonesia

    To visit this palace, it is easy to cross Jl. Slamet Riyadi Solo which is also the largest in the city of Solo. Turn left at the traffic lights Ngarsopuro, you will pass through an area neat with wide pedestrian area on the left and right of the road, the area is known as the Ngarsopuro. Right in the end of this road, you will see the main gate Mangkunegaran.

    After passing through the gate, visitors will enter the pamedan which is a very wide area, where Mangkunegaran soldier practicing war. In this area, there is also a former cavalry center. What seems intact until now is cavalry east pamedan. After walking past a large yard, you will see a gate again. After crossing this gate, you will be automatically entered into the grand stand area where the pavilion. The building has seen a lot of applying several European decor, like a statue and some carvings.

    Mangkunegaran color identity is anom Pari, meaning that Young Padi yellow and green colored ceiling light astrology symbolizes Java – Hindu

    Great Hall is a symmetrical palace with an area of  3,500 square meters, because ultimately that’s jumbo size marquee is often touted as the biggest hall in Indonesia. It is not surprising that the given historic pavilion can accommodate five thousand to ten thousand people. Pole- wooden poles that supported the wooden pavilion is obtained from the forests in the hills Mangkunegaran Wonogiri, and is a remarkable building built without using a single nail. We can also see some gamelan sets, where one set of gamelan is often used routinely.

    Mangkunegaran color identity is anom Pari, meaning that Young Padi yellow and green colored ceiling light astrology symbolizes Java – Hindu. On the palate, there are artistic chandeliers and antique. With a walk to the back of the palace, you could find Pringgitan, which is an open veranda connected by stairs with Dalem Ageng. First palace is the royal wedding bedroom, now used as a museum. In this museum you can see the jewelry, weapons, clothes, medals , puppet supplies, coins, pictures of kings Mangkunegaran and art objects.

    Other historical sites are relics Mangkunegara IV in the form of a library that was founded in 1867. Until now the museum is still frequented by students and historians. Various manuscripts, Java language books, photos and other data about the trip can be found here Mangunegaran .

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