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Monday, 22 May 2017

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Situated some 15 kilometers north of the city of Solo in Central Java Province, the Sangiran Archeological Site where the fossils of Early Man or Homo Pithecanthropus Erectus were found, will be developed into a world heritage attraction through intensive planning and programs.

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To accomplish this, a number of strategies that have been drawn up, will be implemented in the near future, starting with the establishment of Sangiran as one of the four Strategic National Tourism Areas (KSPN) in Central Java and Yogyakarta or also known as the JogloSemar (Jogja-Solo-Semarang)focal destination area. "Just like the Borobudur Temple, Prambanan Temples Complex, and Ratu Boko Palace, now also the Sangiran Early Man Site will be developed into a World Heritage Attraction. So that, tourists who come to the region will not only focus on and visit Borobudur or Prambanan Temples only." said Expert for Multicultural Affairs of the Ministry of Tourism, Hari Untoro Drajat.

Hari Untoro further continued that the Ministry is paying special attention to the development of this vast archeological complex of Sangiran, since currently only one site has been developed as tourist attraction. Aside from continuously conducting integrated development, the government is also obliged to conduct systematic preservation efforts to the site that had been designated as World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1996.

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