Yogyakarta or Jogjakarta is all refer to Indonesia’s the most unique and culturally interesting city, the heart and soul of Java. Jogjakarta Sultanate was found on February 13, 1775 by Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono I. according to he Giyanti agreement, the third Islamic Kingdom, New mataram was split into two small kingdoms because of Dutch’s intervention. King Pakubuwono II agreed to offer the new Mataram Kingdom’s half territory to his younger brother. Prince Mangkubumi and the another half to his son, Pakubuwono III. Prince Mangkubumi proclaimed himself as a king of Jogjakarta Hadiningrat with royal title ‚ÄúSultan‚Äù. He called himself Ngarsa Dalem Sampeyan Dalem Ingkang Sinuhun Kanjeng Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono Senopati Ing Ngalogo Ngabdurrahman Sayiddin Panotogomo Kalifatullah Ingkang Jumeneng Ingkang Kaping Setunggal (I). Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono I ruled from 1755 until 1792. during his peroid, the Karaton and basic philosophy of the new kingdom was developed.
Excessive interference of the Dutch rules into the of royal family ignited a revolt known as Java War (1825-1830), led by Prince Diponegoro (Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono III’s son). In the first hal of 20 th century, Yogyakarta was once again a centre of resistance to the Dutch colonization and after the world War II, Yogyakarta became the capital of the revolution (1946 1949) until independence was eventually won.
Today, Yogyakarta is not only synonymous with a centre of culture and art, but also well known as a centre of education.
As a centre of culture and art, Yogyakarta provides vast access into Javanese culture for visitors through its rich traditions of art performances and ritual ceremonies. Jogjakarta really offers the visitors with an unforgettable experience and impression because of its hospitality and charming and nature.
The simplicity of life, intertwined with complex philosophy and dynamic cultural backdrop has made the city as a popular tourist destination in Indonesia.
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