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Kujang Monument

Kujang Monument
A kujang

The Kujang Monument is located in Bogor, Java, Indonesia. The Kujang (weapon) is a traditional weapon of the Sundanese people. The obelisk is located on Pajajaran Street near the Bogor Botanical Garden. It was built in 1982.[1]

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  1. ^ Kujang monument - the pride of Bogor Lovely Bogor

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