Welcome to the Borobudur Temple. Borobudur Temple is located in Borobudur village, Borobudur Sub-District, Magelang District, Central Java, Indonesia. Geographically, Borobudur Temple is situated in Kedu Plain surrounded by Volcanic Mountain Merapi and Mount Merbabu in the East, Mount Sindoro and Sumbing in the North, and Menoreh Hill in the South, and also Progo and Elo river. Borobudur Temple was established on a modified hill, 265 meter above the sea level, built on square-shaped andesite stones. The construction is similar to stepped-terrace, with smaller size as it gets higher with four staircases located in each wind direction (east, south, west, and north). It consists of 10 stepped-terraces with 7 square-shaped terraces and 3 circular ones. Among these terraces, there is a part called Plateu. Borobudur temple is 121,66 meters in length, 121,38 meters in width, and 35,30 meters in height. The andesite stones are the ones that were formed by the volcanic activity arount Borobudur with total volume approximately 55.000 meters cubic or 2.000.000 stones.