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A young vendor at the market in Fort de Kock, Indonesia, poses by her peppers, February 1930.

Gervais Courtellemont and W. Robert Moore - A young vendor at the market in Fort de Kock, Indonesia, poses by her peppers, February

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From article "Bali and Points East" by Maynard Owen Williams, 1930 // photo by Andre Roosevelt / National Geographic Archives

Ir. SOEKARNO - Courtesy NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

Ir. SOEKARNO - Courtesy NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

A hand painted in an Indonesian cave dates to at least 39,900 years ago, making it among the oldest such images in the world, archaeologists reported Wednesday in a study that rewrites the history of art.

Maxime Aubert looking at cave art, The artworks are in a rural area on the Indonesian Island of Sulawesi. Until now, paintings this old had been confirmed in caves only in Western Europe.

Indonesian Love Necklace | National Geographic Store

This delicate necklace carries a heartfelt message of love, or cinta, on the artist’s native Java.

1928, Bali, Indonesia --- The Balinese performing their ceremonial Lion Dance --- Image by © Franklin Price Knott/National Geographic Soci...

The First Color Photos of Bali, 1928 --- Balinese dancers pose for a picture before their performance --- Image by © Franklin Price Knott/National Geographic Society/Corbis

1928, Bali, Indonesia --- The Balinese performing their ceremonial Lion Dance --- Image by © Franklin Price Knott/National Geographic Soci...

Bali, Indonesia --- Balinese priests dressed in costume for their sacred lion dance --- Image by © Franklin Price Knott/National Geographic Society/Corbis

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