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18 National Geographic Photos Of Indonesia

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18 National Geographic Photos Of Indonesia

National Geographic has a hundred year history of producing dynamic content about geography and exploration. The organisation is famous for its extraordinary photos of the world’s most interesting natural phenomena.

Indonesia has this in abundance.

Combining Nat Geo’s lust for the incredible, and Indonesia’s ability to produce it, “Indo Geo” seems like an obvious combination.

Here are 18 photos of when National Geographic met Indonesia:

1) Borobudor Temple At Dawn
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2) Mount Semeru and Mount Bromo
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3) Goa Gaja, Bali
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4) Istiqlal Mosque, Jakarta
One Of The Worlds Largest Mosques
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5) Minangkabau Women
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6) Borobudor Temple At Night
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7) Rice Paddies
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8) Balinese Dancers
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9) Balinese Craftsmanship
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10) Orangutans
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11) Raja Ampat
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12) Komodo Dragon
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13) Nusa Dua Temple, Bali
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14) Mount Penanggungan
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15) Coral Reef, Sulawesi
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16) Tenganan Villagers Take Part In Perang Pandan

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17) Coffee Plantation, West Java
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 18) Pura Ulun Danu Temple, Bali
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