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Unique Solo Crafts in Indonesia

Souvenirs are an integral part of the identity of a city. Jepara, for example, this city is synonymous with carvings that are well known to foreign countries. Besides Jepara, Solo is also known to have various types of souvenirs such as batik and handicrafts that are used as gifts for relatives at home.

Solo handicrafts such as carving miniature statues, temples, kris and bicycles are some of the typical Solo souvenirs that we can find around the city of Solo, both in traditional markets and souvenir shops. These handicrafts are made of various types of materials such as clay, wood and patchwork. All of these crafts are displayed on display cases that visitors can choose from.

These Solo handicrafts are sold at varying prices. Starting from IDR 20,000 to millions of rupiah, it all depends on the type of material and the size of the handicraft. For one miniature bicycle, for example, it is sold at a price of Rp. 145,000.

One of the shops that can be an option for hunting for Solo handicrafts is Javenir, which is located at Jalan Adi Sucipto 99 Solo. Here, visitors can buy various types of crafts ranging from miniature puppets, temples, bicycles, to clothing accessories such as bracelets and necklaces.

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