An ancient peaceful soul, entrenched deep in the earth’s core of Central Java, rises up through the misty volcanic terrain touching the elements of centuries past and present, leaving a tangible softness in its mystical wake.  It is here, in the depths of the rural verdant countryside that Amanjiwo resides, facing the world’s largest Buddhist sanctuary, the 8th century Borobudur and the mystical hill, Tidar, believed to house the spirit and geographical centre of Java.  Four whispering volcanoes rise dramatically in the distance surveying the resplendent circular limestone monolith, the tranquil heart of Amanjiwo, while the gentle Menoreh Hills rise directly behind.

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