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Fourteen shops torn down for the Extension of the Temples
April 20th, 2007

Fourteen shops that are located on the east side of Denpasar village and navel temple are being torn down in order to give more space for the pilgrims and devotees who pay homage to these temples and for the sake of the extension of the temples.

These temples are located on jalan Gajah Mada, on the opposite of Kumbasari traditional market, right in the heart of Denpasar. With Badung river on the west side and the street in front of them (south side), the available choice for the extension of the temples only to east side and north side with the cost of tearing down row of shops that is located on the east side of the temple. The shops will be relocated to the neighboring area.

This extension is in accordance with Gajah Mada corridor project that will be initiated in the following week by the Denpasar city government. This project will turn Jalan Gajah Mada into a pedestrian area which no traffic and vehicle parking is allowed.

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