Borobudur became a testing ground for new conservation techniques,
Raffles wrote about a monument called Borobudur, but there are no older documents suggesting the same name.
Borobudur is Indonesia's single most visited tourist attraction.
Borobudur was heavily affected by the eruption of Mount
Following the major 1973 renovation funded by UNESCO, Borobudur is once again used as a place of worship
The Buddhist monuments, including Borobudur, were erected around the same period as the Hindu
In June 2012, Borobudur was recorded in the Guinness Book of World
including the Angkor Wat Temple and the Borobudur vihara, are believed to have been
it was discovered that three Buddhist temples in the region, Borobudur, Pawon and Mendut,
developed a hypothesis that the Kedu Plain was once a lake and Borobudur initially represented a lotus flower floating on the lake.
Construction of Buddhist temples, including Borobudur, at that time was possible because Sanjaya's immediate successor,