UII Museum & Kimpulan Temple
Kimpulan Temple (also known as Pustakasala temple) is an ancient historical site situated inside Universitas Islam Indonesia Integrated Campus. The temple was unintentionally discovered in about five meters underground during the excavation to lay the foundation of UII central library construction on 11 December 2009. As happened to other temples around it, Kimpulan Temple was believed to be buried in volcanic materials from the eruption of Mount Merapi about a millennium ago.
As part of important historical heritage, the temple is preserved and maintained within the Integrated Campus under the supervision and management of Cultural Heritage Preservation Office of Yogyakarta and Universitas Islam Indonesia. It is neatly presented with the library building in the vicinity and UII Museum in company. This is a pride and important symbol of religious tolerance in Indonesia. A Hindu Temple inside an Islamic Campus.
UII Museum and Kimpulan Temple is open for public on work days and work hours in accordance with the service hours set by the Directorate of Library of UII and Cultural Heritage Preservation Office of Yogyakarta.