Prambanan temple is astonishingly beautiful structure constructed in the tenth century during the sovereignty of two emperors namely Rakai Pikatan and Rakai Balitung. Towering up to 47 meters, the underpinning of this temple has fulfilled the aspiration of the creator to show Hindu triumph in Java Island. Prambanan temple has three chief temples in the principal patio, namely Vishnu, Brahma, and Shiva temples. Those three temples are symbols of Trimurti in Hindu faith. Each main temple has additional temple facing to the west, namely Nandini for Shiva, Angsa for Brahma, and Garuda for Vishnu. In addition, there are 2 flank temples, 4 kelir temples and 4 corner temples. In the subsequent quarter, there are 224 temples. Prambanan temple is the most beautiful hindu temple in the world.