Sipamutung Temple (Biaro Sipamutung) is one of the Buddhist-style temples left by the Kingdom of Pannai in the Padanglawas Temple Complex. Administratively, this temple is located in Siparau Village, Central Barumun District, Padanglawas Regency, North Sumatra Province. About 40 kilometers from the capital city of Padanglawas Regency, Sibuhuan or around 70 kilometers from Padangsidimpuan City and 400 kilometers from Medan, the capital of North Sumatra Province. Geographically, Sipamutung Temple is located on the banks of the Barumun River which divides the Padanglawas lowlands. This building is estimated to stand in the 11th century.
Sipamutung Temple is the largest temple in the Padanglawas Bathing Complex. Sipamutung Temple is generally made of brick and has a land area of 6000 square meters and an area of 74 x 74 meters temple surrounded by brick walls. The Sipamutung Temple complex consists of 1 main building and 6 ancillary temples and 16 stupas. The main building has an area of 11 x 11 meters and a height of 13 meters which consists of the legs, body, and roof. Perwara temples around the main temple are in the shape of a mandapa with a rectangular shape measuring 10.25 X 9.9 meters and 1.15 meters high.
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