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Written by SOT.COM.AL 24 Tetor 2021
A "golden city" full of treasures, which for centuries has stimulated the imagination of thousands of people and explorers is thought to have been found recently in Sumatra.
For 5 years, fishermen who have explored the Musi River in Palembang have extracted real wealth with their nets, which include precious stones, gold objects and large statues.
One of the most stunning finds is a Buddha statue thought to belong to the eighth century, all adorned with precious stones, which is thought to be worth millions of dollars.
The artifacts are thought to belong to the Srivijaya civilization, a powerful kingdom between the 7th and 13th centuries, which mysteriously disappeared a century later.
British explorer Sean Kingsley reveals that numerous explorers set out in search of the Srivijaya civilization for years from Thailand to India, but were unlucky enough to follow in his footsteps.
Sumatra has been described in ancient times as the "island of gold" because it was rich in gold deposits and natural resources and was an early point of trade in Southeast Asia.