SITUS BACUKIKI DI KOTA PARE-PARE: PELUANG PEMANFAATAN SEBAGAI OBJEK WISATA BUDAYA

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The history revealed that The Kingdom of Bacukiki, Parepare (now is a part of South Sulawesi was visited by Portuguese ships around XVI century in the same period with Suppa, Alitta, Sidenreng and Siang Kingdom. Nowadays, the ex-river harbour called "Soreang padangkange" not far from the ex-market "lontange" still can be seen. According to locale's information, the "Lontange" market was the place to manages goods from abroad. Based on the research conducted by Balai Arkeologi Makassar, the maket site "Lontange" had been used as a trading activities and a number of ancient coin from XVI till XVIII century also found there. Another archaeological remains found are the Bacukiki Kingdom Burial Site and also an ancient mosque. Besides, there also found a sacred ceremonial place where "Tolotang" beliefers celebrate an annual ceremony which located at Buluroang, the top of mount Bacukiki. The precence of Bacukiki site, hoped can be developed as one of the cultural tourism object.


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Harbour, Market, Grave, Mosque, Ceramics

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