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Located in Denpasar near Puputan Gardens, Bail, Pura Agung Jatnatha is an iconic landmark in the town. The temple is dedicated to Sanghyang Widi, the supreme god. The main shrine is made of white coral stone, and represents the foundation of the world through a beautiful throne (heaven) set upon a mythical turtle and two nagas. Ideally visited in the morning, when the crowd is yet to arrive.
Established in 1953, Pura Agung Jagatnatha is the largest temple in North Bali. With much refreshing difference to the usual Balinese custom of believing in several gods, this temple brings the principle of Pancasila into the significance that preaches ‘Belief in One God’. Situated next to Bali Museum and Pura Jagatnatha faces Mount Agung (which is conjectured to be the palace of gods) towards west. The temple was opened as a place of worship for Sanghyang Widi Wasa (God Almighty).