On the on icr ci rca ha r wall nt the north ten) pie. we see two I~neei i
stone guards. kverv tern pIe has ill rye coiiipa rtments with some niages
`11w buildings inside the second circular wall, which t~rnierlv served
aS cloister. church, and burial-place, brrn three rows ol teuiples in
all 50 - ~~Ji one of which lornierlv contained an image ot tluddha.
L~pon an elevated terrace near the north outer-temple, we II nd 22 iii ore
images, and on that in the south ol 11w priiicipal Leniide :t.
l~etween the sandier temples man images are also to be totind,
Crossing the railwa, we reach, by turning to the right, on a sulepattn
ijond1i-Anioiiqoii. sllrrOullde(t bva circular wall, which has hr the
greater part been (leStl'Oye(t. 1i'oiii hiei'e a small path leads soutll\vards,
t'ight 01) 11w st('(.'j) and hare mountain slope past two grottoes. to the
ruins ot an ancient i\talaram royal palace.
i' we get out at the slopping-place Kalus.sen, two miles 11010 Parain-
banan, and bdlow' the road to Soerakarta, we shall get In `i/~nili-Ka/j-
l?e;onq, a heautitil boi 1(11 ig. a Bttdtlh ~st temple about the same size
as the temple at Mendoet, at present eni ph, surrounded bvacorridor.
.\hove the opening ot tilt' door sits the goddess Ci'i, upon a lotusshaped
cushion. and a gigantic i(t015 head constitutes the principal feature of
the cenlrepieee of the sooth gable. l'onr rooms enclose the central
:lpartlnent. p1st as is the ease at the Tjandi-Loro-l)jonggraug.
Hetui'nig to the main i'oad and following it or a short distance,
we observe on the heft, the l'O ills ot ijaiu/i .Sai'j, with its two rb'ht v
decora tel stoi'evs.
Ifll 0/ (~! Boi~1i Ill (1 (I I I/Il' ,ll ~`i) (joel.