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Central Java Province Pictures, Images and Stock Photos

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Nasi Liwet Solo, the popular traditional rice dish from Solo / Surakarta. It consists of fragrant, savory rice cooked in coconut milk and served with side dishes of pulled chicken cooked in white curry, coconut gravy, marble eggs, chayote squash in spicy gravy, and egg pudding. The meal is served on traditional earthenware plate lined with banana leaf; then arranged on a dining table that has been covered with Javanese batik table cloth. The individual meal served is in the selective focus zone, leaving all other side dishes on the table in blur.

"Location: Muntilan, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.Date of photo: 6 November, 2010.The Mt. Merapi volcano in central-java erupted during October 2010. The eruptions was classified as its largest in over one century. Approximately 200.000 was evacuated from the most hard hit areas and a safety zone was set with a radius of 20km from the volcano. 300 people died between October and November 2010. Most of these in sudden outbursts of Pyroclastic flows. The eruptions covered many villages in thick volcanic ash.See more photos like this, and related in:"

Top view of a market stall selling traditional Indonesian sweet and savory snacks. The snacks are assortment of traditional Javanese, Sundanese, Manadonese, Peranakan, Chinese-influenced and also Western-influenced. Here seen the lady seller is scooping snack called Cendol (Sundanese and Javanese pandan jelly noodles) from an earthenware pot; her other hand is holding a reusable plastic cup inside a bamboo box, also reusable. The buyer is standing nearby. The lady seller is wearing Javanese batik clothing with a hijab; while the buyer is wearing a dress of batik tenun pattern.

Top view of a market stall selling traditional Indonesian sweet and savory snacks. The snacks are assortment of traditional Javanese, Sundanese, Manadonese, Peranakan, Chinese-influenced and also Western-influenced. Here seen the lady seller is scooping snack called Tiwul (Javanese dried cassava granules) from a tray; her other hand is holding a traditional banana leaf containter called pincuk. The lady seller is wearing Javanese batik clothing with a hijab.

Ketupat Lebaran, the traditional celebratory dish of rice cake with rich side dishes, commonly serving during Eid celebrations. The common side dishes are Beef Rendang (Beef Dry Stew), Beef Liver in Spicy Gravy, Spicy Vegetable Soup, Chicken Curry Soup, and Marbled Soy Egg; while the condiments are fried shallots, shrimp crackers, and red chili sauce. Each dish is plated individually and arranged buffet style on a table; ready to be plated for serving. A vase of decorative banana flowers is used to decorate the table.

Ketupat Lebaran, the traditional celebratory dish of rice cake with rich side dishes, commonly serving during Eid celebrations. The common side dishes are Beef Rendang (Beef Dry Stew), Beef Liver in Spicy Gravy, Spicy Vegetable Soup, Chicken Curry Soup, and Marbled Soy Egg; while the condiments are fried shallots, shrimp crackers, and red chili sauce. Each dish is plated individually and arranged buffet style on a table; ready to be plated for serving. A vase of decorative banana flowers is used to decorate the table.

Top view of a market stall selling traditional Indonesian sweet and savory snacks. The snacks are assortment of traditional Javanese, Sundanese, Manadonese, Peranakan, Chinese-influenced and also Western-influenced. Here seen the buyer is selecting the cakes she is buying; then put them in a reusable bamboo box lined with banana leaf. The cakes in the box are Koyabu, Talam Ubi, Dadar Gulung, Kue Ku, and Kue Mangkok. The buyer is wearing a dress of traditional batik tenun pattern.

Soto Kudus, a signature chicken soup dish from city of Kudus in Central Java. This chicken soup has a distinct brown color as it has some sweet soy sauce added into the broth. Garnished with chopped celery, fried garlic, lime half, and kaffir lime leaf. Accompanied with green chili paste in a stoneware saucer. A variety of side dishes are served alongside: cockles satay, quail eggs satay, chicken liver satay, potato patty, and soybean cake. The soup and side dishes are served on ceramic crockery of matching design. A wooden spoon is placed next to the bowl. A folded straw mat line the bowl and the spoon. The meal is served on traditional woven bamboo tray.

Magelang, Central Java, Indonesia - May 10, 2017: Buddhist followers and visitors release lanterns at Borobudur temple during the celebration for Vesak Day on May 10, 2017 in Magelang, Central Java, Indonesia. Buddhist followers all around the world celebrated Vesak day to mark the birth, the enlightenment to nirvana, and the passing away of Gautama Buddha, the founder of Buddhism.

Lontong Cap Go Meh, the festive Peranakan dish of rice cake soup to celebrate the end of Chinese New Year celebratory period in Java, Indonesia. Rice cake wrapped in banana leaves served together with Yellow Chicken Curry, Chayote Squash Curry, Shrimp Stew, Soy-braised Eggs, Ground Roasted Soybean, Ground Roasted Dried Shrimp, Prawn Crackers and Red Chili Paste. The dishes are arranged on a dining table lined with crumpled table cloth. Zodia leaves, sweet basil leaves and Chinese gold ingots are used as table decoration.

Ketupat Lebaran, the traditional celebratory dish of rice cake with rich side dishes, commonly serving during Eid celebrations. The common side dishes are Beef Rendang (Beef Dry Stew), Beef Liver in Spicy Gravy, Spicy Vegetable Soup, Chicken Curry Soup, and Marbled Soy Egg; while the condiments are fried shallots, shrimp crackers, and red chili sauce. Each dish is plated individually and arranged buffet style on a table; ready to be plated for serving. A vase of decorative banana flowers is used to decorate the table.

The Menara Kudus Mosque or Al-Manar Mosque is located in Kudus in the Indonesian province of Central Java. Dating from 1549, it is one of the oldest mosques in Indonesia, built at the time of Islam's spread through Java

Nasi Soto Kudus, the traditional Javanese chicken soup from Kudus, Central Java. Commonly served with steamed rice at the bottom in a small bowl; then topped with chicken, bean sprouts, celery, fried garlic and hot broth of chicken with soy sauce. Plenty of optional side dishes are also served together with the soup; such as offal fritters, potato patties, tofu, quail egg satays, cockles satay, and chicken liver satays. The dishes are arranged on several traditional bamboo trays.

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