A WORD A WEEK CHALLENGE – HAT – [Jakarta-Jogja-Banten]

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This is the Strada Bhakti Utama students, who attend the tableau Stations of the Cross / Via Dolorosa to celebrate Easter. Students serving as soldiers who arrested and crucified Jesus.

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Blangkon is a headgear made ​​of batik and used by men as part of a traditional Javanese dress.. In this photo,  my husband, brother and son, using the traditional dress of Yogyakarta as clothing that required when visiting the grave Imogiri.
This funeral is considered sacred because the kings and the royal family of the Sultanate of Mataram was buried here.

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Hats belonged to street vendors who were in the old Mosque of Banten Lama.

My entry for A WORD A WEEK CHALLENGE – HAT.

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9 responses to “A WORD A WEEK CHALLENGE – HAT – [Jakarta-Jogja-Banten]

  1. A bit of history with the hats from Jejak L – in reaponse to the A WORD A WEEK CHALLENGE – HAT

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