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Pura Tanah Lot, Indonesia, Southeast Asia

In 1980, the temple's rock face was starting to crumble and the area around and inside the temple started to become dangerous. The Japanese government then provided a loan to the Indonesian government of Rp 800 billion (approximately US$130 million) to conserve the historic temple and other significant locations around Bali. As a result, over one third of Tanah Lot's "rock" is actually cleverly disguised artificial rock created during the Japanese-funded and supervised renovation and stabilization program.

Local Name: Tabanan, about 20 kilometres (12 mi) from Denpasar
Address: near Tabanan, about 20 kilometres (12 mi) from Denpasar
This site belongs to the following categories: Underwater (partially or completely)
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