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Temple Of Petilan Pengerebongan

Pura Petilan Pengerebongan

This temple is much-loved by tourists for its extensive ceremonies bringing the locals into trance. Every 210 days – a must see.

Jalan Wasista, Mengwi, Indonesia

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