Mangkunegaran Palace

Mangkunegaran Palace was established by Raden Mas Said, referred as Pangeran Sambernyawa. It absolutely was designed at the time of pact of Salatiga in March 13 '1757. Raden Mas Said later topped as Pangeran Mangkunegoro I. Mangkunegaran Palace was split into 2 main buildings, the tent and therefore the palace. The foremost fascinating a part of the Palace is that it's made from teak wood.

This superbly manicured Palace set within the center of Solo, among Ronggo Warsito, Kartini, Siswa and Teuku Umar streets. Mangkunegaran Palace was established once a bitter family battle with the Dutch East India Company or VOC.

Mangkunegaran Palace may be a place that wealthy of art and culture. The palace contains valuable treasure and a beautiful assortment, largely derived from Majapahit (1293 - 1478) and Mataram (1586 - 1755). Amount of the empire classical mask dance, wayang orang or human dance drama, ancient article of clothing, shadow puppets and wooden puppet, spiritual statue, jewellery and antique and valuable heirloom.

The palace consists of two main components, specifically Pendopo and Dalem (main hall), that is encircled by the residence of the royal line. The east part known as the Bale Peni, it is residence for the aristocrat. At western half, the palace has the Bale Warni, that is that the residence for the aristocrat. Within this stunning palace lies Rekso Pustoko library, wherever the previous manuscripts, spiritual and philosophical writings were written in Javanese scripts.