Communities use stupas to mark boundaries between natural forest and farming land, in West Bali National Park (WBNP), in accordance...

Communities use stupas to mark boundaries between natural forest and farming land, in West Bali National Park (WBNP), in accordance...

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Communities use stupas to mark boundaries between natural forest and farming land, in West Bali National Park (WBNP), in accordance with their religious beliefs. This stupa is located between Palengkong and Pejarakan villagers' fields inside WBNP, Bali, Indonesia.

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