Plangon Sacred

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Plangon is one of the sacred objects of ancient Islamic era. Contained in this sacred tomb of the Prince and Prince Kejaksan Panjunan. Sacred sites Plangon administratively included in the Village area Babakan, District Resources. This location is very easily achieved with two-wheelers and four-wheel drive because it is located on the south highway that connects the source - Mandiracan, Regency Brass. From the source is about 1 km. Sacred forest area is located on a hill. Wide area around 48 hectares. Forest located at the coordinates 06 º 46 '322' south latitude and 108 º 32 '432 "East Longitude is limited by the gardens and fields to the north, east Cipager River, south of the fields, and west of the highway.
To enter through the gates of the complex is located in the northwest. With the passing road winding staircase going up to the top of the hill where there are sacred. At certain locations along the staircase is provided selter to rest for the weary pilgrims. Along the terraces can be seen the doings of a tame wild apes. It is said that the monkeys are pets Panjunan Prince.
At the top of the hill is a flat land that has been equipped with various facilities for pilgrims buildings such as the gazebo and restroom. This facility was built in 2005/2006. Building cupola tomb in the northern part of south-facing page. The building is a sort of sacred buildings to the rear staircase consists of three parts: the first page, second page, and building the cupola of the tomb. All parts except the building of red brick door green colored cupola.
The entrance to the first page there are two on the south side of the street terraces each comprising 7 steps. The first entrance is in the center and the other entrance is located to the east of the entrance first. Both of the ascent is a new building made of stone and cemented. Wall (relatively long bridge) at the bottom does not dilepa. Relatively long bridge on the left (south) entrance first divided into six panels, each separated brick pilasters. Relatively long bridge between the first and second entrance is divided into three panels and on the right (east) entrance is divided into two panels both. On each panel there is a decorative paste porcelain plate. Top of formed curved relatively long bridge, decorated peak on each end. Boundary between the first and second pages are also a relatively long bridge wall.
Entering the second page through the streets staircase which also consists of two pieces. The second entrance is a staircase straight position into the first page. Relatively long bridge barrier first and second page the same shape with a relatively long bridge first page. The second page of a length of 5.5 m and a width of 11.25 m. In the western and eastern parts of the building there is a kind of sentry box. Floor and the first page and second relatively long bridge restored in 1970 because of the floor peeling by the monkeys who want to take animals from the soil beneath the floor.
Cupola of the shrine has been given, made the terrace and the main room. Entrance cupola comprises a door located in the middle. On either side are decorated artificial pillars ceramic plate sticker Europe. The dishes are getting into the vanishingly small. Pirig bottom greatest in green, brown and the center of the upper part bluish.
Cupola-shaped roof of the main room while the penthouses tajug roasted pe-shaped cupola. The main cupola room 3.15 x 3.25 m size of the porch while measuring 2 x 7.3 m. Building cupola restored in 1997. In the main room there are two tombs cupola. The main character is buried Prince and Prince Kejaksan Panjunan.
History of the two figures associated with the Islamization of Java. Supposedly told in the 14th century King Sulaeman bin Al Hud of the Kingdom of Baghdad Baghdad, Iraq berputrakan Syech Abdurachman Sharif (Prince Panjunan), Sych Abdurachim Sharif (Prince Kejaksan), Sych Sayarif Kahf and Syarifah Baghdad. The fourth son of the king was attended by 1,200 people using the ± 4 sailing ships to spread Islam in Java. Each vessel with 300 people. Among these followers there were about 66 people as followers of the Prince and Prince Kejaksan Panjunan.
Arriving at Giri Toba (Plangon) meeting held in Puser kemudiaan Toba Giri who is now a place tinggalnnya (Astana courtyard / Tomb). Based on the results of the meeting held division of tasks, such as the State Bar, Demak, Brass, Darmayan, Galuh Kingdom and others. Prince during his stay in Kejaksan Kejaksan and assume office as a prosecutor I / Ward I. He died on the 27th of Rajab and buried in Plangon.
While the Prince during his lifetime Panjunan Panjunan live, study, go to his death on December 2 and was buried in Plangon Shawwal. Bedampingan tomb of Prince Kejaksan. The derivatives are (1) Ki Gedeng gamel, (2) Ki Kali Gedeng walu, (3) Ki Gedeng Trusmi, (4) Ki Gedeng Weku, (5) Losarang, (6) Bedulan, (7) Celancung, (8) Ki Gedeng Starch and (9) Ki Dampul. After the death of Prince Prince Kejaksan Panjunan and then on every 27th of Ramadhan Rajab and second tomb was visited by many families and Kejaksan Panjunan and communities with the goal of pilgrimage as a flour-year period met the next year or the next pilgrimage. The complex is now managed by the palace Kanoman Cirebon.


Location: Village Babakan, District Resources
Coordinates: 06 º 46 '322' S, 108 º 32 '432 "E
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Directions: 1 mile from the District Sources with roads impassable and four two-wheeled vehicles, through the northwest gate.
Facilities: Hall, shelter, restroom
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