Catimor Homestay in Blawan Plantations
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全景摄影师 Fikri Hidayat 日期和时间 00:00, 08/11/2011 - Views loading...


Catimor Homestay in Blawan Plantations

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House with Dutch architecture in Catimor Homestay, Blawan Coffee Plantation, Sempol, Bondowoso Regency, East Java, Indonesia, August 11, 2011. In this area there are coffee plantations and agro-tourism and homestays that support the Ijen Crater tour.

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A: Kawah Ijen (Lake)

摄影师Malinnikov Ruslan, 距离此全景10.6

Kawah Ijen (Lake)

B: Kawah Ijen (oriental view)

摄影师Malinnikov Ruslan, 距离此全景10.9

Kawah Ijen (oriental view)

C: Sulfur mining in Kawah Ijen

摄影师Malinnikov Ruslan, 距离此全景11.0

The Ijen volcano complex is a group of stratovolcanoes inside a larger caldera Ijen, which is about 2...

Sulfur mining in Kawah Ijen

D: INDONESIA - East Java - Kawah Ijen Sulfur Mining

摄影师Julien Mordret, 距离此全景11.4

This panorama was shot at the bottom of the crater of Kawah Ijen, where the sulfur miners extract the...

INDONESIA - East Java - Kawah Ijen Sulfur Mining

E: Menjangan Island

摄影师Seungsang Yoo(유승상), 距离此全景41.0

Menjangan Island

F: Glowing Railway - Kalisat, Jember

摄影师Faisal Pribadi, 距离此全景42.3

A beautiful morning with fresh from the oven sunshine and clear blue sky at railway route Surabaya - ...

Glowing Railway - Kalisat, Jember

G: Mimpi Resort Pemuteran

摄影师Seungsang Yoo(유승상), 距离此全景47.0

Mimpi Resort Pemuteran

H: Jember City Triangle Near Alun-Alun Jember

摄影师Faisal Pribadi, 距离此全景55.4

It is a cloudy day at small open space between city square (alun-alun) and mosque Al Baitul Amin in J...

Jember City Triangle Near Alun-Alun Jember

I: Mosque Al Baitul Amin Jember

摄影师Faisal Pribadi, 距离此全景55.4

Popularly known as Masjid Jami' Al Baitul Amin, this is the largest mosque in Jember, East Java, Indo...

Mosque Al Baitul Amin Jember

J: Pura Pulaki

摄影师Gregory Panayotou, 距离此全景58.8

Pura Pulaki

此全景拍摄于Indonesia, 亚洲


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