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Published: 22 February 2023

Architectural Heritage as Cultural Tourism Attractions in Buleleng Bali, Indonesia

I Dewa Gede Agung Diasana Putra, Ida Bagus Gde Wirawibawa

Udayana University, Indonesia

journal of social and political sciences
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Pages: 1-8

Keywords: Heritage, Architectural Style, Cultural Tourism, Identity


Architectural productions have become important historical records because they reveal the sociocultural, economic, and political conditions that existed when they were built. Its elaboration can be viewed as a relationship between architectural production, culture and cultural tourism, including Buleleng's long history of political contestation and cultural change, through its symbolic function, built forms, and connections to social changes in daily life. This region of northern Bali was important in Bali during the reign of the kingdom of Buleleng. Buleleng, a region known for its palaces known as puri or temples, has a wide range of architectural styles. In order to investigate these characteristics, this paper investigates architectural works in Buleleng and analyzes their historical architectural production. The historical context and development must be examined to investigate the diversity and character of architectural styles under the Buleleng region's political authority and sociocultural developments. This diversity is one of the potential future cultural tourism attractions.


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