The engraving that best describes the place where Amalur is created.
It is about the real landscape seen from the village where the artisan craftsmen with whom we collaborate live.
In the image we see, to the left, the temple of Borobudur. It is the largest Buddhist temple in the world, and one of the most important Buddhist monuments. It was built between 750 and 850 AD by the Sailendra dynasty.
To the right of the engraving appears the Merapi volcano, the most active volcano in Indonesia, and one of the most active in the world. The last time it erupted was the year 2010. It ejected 150 million cubic meters of material, forever changing the physiognomy of the area.
All this is seen from the village where our artisan friends live. In addition, the black loudspeaker, the wulung, grows precisely on the mountain to the left of the temple.