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Masjid Agung Sang Cipta Rasa

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Masjid Agung Sang Cipta Rasa

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(Seat in Coach) Explore Cirebon One Day Tour
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(Seat in Coach) Explore Cirebon One Day Tour

Every city in Indonesia has a story to tell, and now it's time for Cirebon to tell its history. You're going to each destination with our air-conditioned coach. Our tour guide will be explaining the history of each destination and get into discussion with you, don't hesitate to ask if you have any question.<br><br>Cirebon is located right on the border between the provinces of West Java and Central Java on the northern coastal plains of Java. Cirebon is most interesting to visit because of its multi-nations acculturation; Sundanese and Javanese mixture with Chinese, Indian, Arab and European. The palace buildings and Islamic graves are decorated with old Ming porcelain plates, its Batik art has strong Chinese influences, and mosques have strong Arabian influences.<br><br>Explore Cirebon with Gray Line Jakarta.<br><br>Please note that this tour is based on Seat in Coach.
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didik s wrote a review May 2018
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I came to this mosque earlier today for Friday special prayer. This mosque looked old but beautiful. All pillars are made of woods but still look strong and solid. During the prayer this mosques was full of people. What was a little difficult here was to find a parking spot. Also a way out of this mosque area duw to there were so many tourist buses and cars parking. One minor thing was there were many beggars around. Some of them were waiting in the front and after prayer there were some kids approaching asked for some money. This place was really a peaceful place to pray. The architecture was still like what it was built I think.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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AlitcadWahyudi wrote a review Dec 2016
Cirebon, Indonesia216 contributions31 helpful votes
This mosque is a witness to the history of the city of Cirebon, located in the northern part of the city of Cirebon, near the Kasepuhan palace and harbor of cirebon. The mosque is still maintaining its authenticity, especially the support columns of the mosque were made of wood, a small entrance so had to bend if you want to enter the interior of the mosque, as well as the walls are thick. Additionally during Friday prayers famous ritual call to prayer echoed by 7 people (Adzn Pitu). Best place for 30 or 45 minutes visit.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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tanamasdida wrote a review Sep 2016
Jakarta, Indonesia16 contributions1 helpful vote
Nice place for contemplation in side the old main mosque, specially midnite.. Attractive architecture , n dominan with red brick.. A nice place to see
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Date of experience: September 2016
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Darmi O wrote a review Aug 2016
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This is an old mosque and also a historical site, from outside you cannot tell its a mosque with a surrounding red wall around it. Inside the mosque there is a room that's door is very narrow and low to make you literally walk bowing into the room. Inside the spacious hall like room, there are some books, a wooden throne that is being covered with a white sheet, a place for one who seeks to meditate What I don't like and feel sad about this place is that you'll be surrounded with beggars who persistently follow you around and also people who seems to be asking for money for everything like watching your shoes, pushed the money box in front of your face just when you barely finished praying It is not a very convenient place if you just want to go there to pray
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Date of experience: August 2016
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ADEVIA wrote a review Aug 2016
Jakarta, Indonesia115 contributions56 helpful votes
Grand Old Mosque in Cirebon, near Keraton Kasepuhan. Build about year 1400 and still have original wood block.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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