After visiting Borobudur we drove to the Prambanan Archaeological Complex. The first monument I visited here was the Sewu Temple. The Prambanan Temple itself is a Hindu monument, but the Sewu Temple, like Borobudur, is a Buddhist monument, and the second largest in Indonesia. Sew is built in a Mandala form. Centrally located is a main temple surrounded by 8 medium-sized flanking temples on each cardinal direction and 240 small temples radiate around the main temple. I entered the temple complex from the eastern entrance. One passes heaps of rubble, which used to be the 240 smaller temples (the most recent major destruction caused by a 2006 earthquake). Certain elements can still be picked out, like chambers with parts of a sculptures or entry staircases. Two pairs of flanking temples and the main temple have been well restored. I was able to walk in and around these. Tools were scattered around the site, so it appears that restoration efforts are in progress for many of the smaller temples.