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Puputan Square is an attractive monument which is a leafy and calm place in the centre of the city and acts as a resting point away from the surrounding noise and chaos. There is a large eight-armed statue which is located in the centre of the square which is a representation of the creator- Brahma (Hindu God). The location symbolizes the protection that the Lord offers in all directions. Adjoining the monument is a small urban park where one will find many locals taking a break from work or families spending some quality time with their families.
A beautiful green garden surrounds the Puputan monument- a family of three about to perform Puputan, a Balinese term for ritual suicide when confronted with surrendering to the enemy. Located in Denpasar, it was built to commemorate the victims of the shooting by Dutch colonisers in 1906.