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King Siallagan's Stone Chair, Ambarita

Categories: Ruins, Tourist Spots
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3.2/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
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  • We were treated with many small batak houses here. We didn't really go inside and explore in depth but just take some pictures at the front. It is alittle far from the main tul tuk area though 
  • Kursi Batu ini merupakan peninggalan sejarah yang mengingatkan kita kekuasaan raja siallagan di tanah Batak. Kursi batu ini meninggalkan sejarah dan pengajaran bahwa sejak zaman dahulu para leluhur me...  read more »
  • Me this open-air museum liked much more than Huta Simanindo Bolon Batak Museum. Admission is a fraction of a penny, well-groomed, enough houses great raskidistoe wood and the main thing-a table for meetings of the elders! Where else is!? But this museum close is like the second part of this Museum-a complex of sculptures located on the Hill. We accidentally drove past. It should be from this museum houses go on towards the Lake Toba, located at 1-1, 5 km. This second set, too, is called "Stonechair", input costs about 10000 rupees per person. Here only the sculptures with incomprehensible contents and at the top of the Hill stands one Batak House. Place interesting and unusual. But there was no guide and just had no information what is this sculpture and why they are. By the way, about this second part with sculptures on a hill with very little information-here you have to know exactly about this place or accidentally stumble. Both these are interesting places. Even with Hill sculptures is more interesting because it is surrounded by an aura of mystery and lack of information.
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