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This culturally significant site goes by many names. It’s known as Puri Agung Semarapura, Klungkung Palace. or Kerta Gosa, and is the remains of the 18th century royal Klungkung Palace, which was home to the last of the Balinese kingdoms to be overcome when armies of Dutch colonized the area in the early 1900s. The surviving pavilions are artistically significant for their finely painted ceilings. The paintings are considered outstanding examples of the Kamasan (or Wayang) style and depict scenes from Balinese and Indian Hindu myths. Located in eastern Bali in the Klungkung Regency in the city of Semarapura, about 40 km east of Denpasar, this site also features beautiful panoramas and a museum.