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makam 7 kota sayong

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makam 7 kota sayong

Hari minggu yg lepas, selepas dari bandar kluang. Me ingatkan hendak pulang lalu jalan mersing, balik ke kota tinggi.

Tapi me tukar laluan juga. Dari bandar kluang, me ikut jalan pintas menyimpang ke bandar tenggara. Me singgah di masjid al-husna dan sempat ambil gambar stadium bandar tenggara yg sedang dibaik pulih.

Dari bandar tenggara, dalam perjalanan ke pekan ulu tiram. Me singgah pula, menziarah makam kota sayong. Bekas tempat persemayam sultan johor generasi ketiga, sultan alaudin riayat shah ii sebelum ke kota lama. [+ old johor fort ]

Hanya satu kawasan makam berbumbung hijau. Sedih juga melihatnya. Dengan papan tanda yg ada terjemahan bahasa inggeris lintang pukang.

ferris11.gif Gambar-gambar lebih besar di aminus3.

the sayong fort once served as the administrative center for johor sultanate between 1535-1540. after melaka was invaded and annexed by the portuguese in 1511, sultan mahmud with his followers retreated to pagoh and from there to johor and died at kampar, indonesia in 1528. his son, sultan alauddin riayat shah (1528 – 1564) returned to johor and chose kota tua as his new administrative center. however, the portuguese armada attacked pekan tua and he was forced to withdraw to sayong and set up his administration again in 1536. the portuguese attacked sayong before a peace treaty was signed by both sides.

after sultan alauddin riayat shah succesfuuly attacked and captured aru and acheh in 1540, he abandoned sayong and moved to kota tua (kota batu – johor lama).

sayong fort was built from a mount of soil with the mud. corral blocks was used at a certain part of the fort to make the fort look stronger and solid. at the centre of the fort, situated a round stone with a hole on the middle which was believed as a flag post. a structure of corral block were also used to fence the graves area. there were several graves using acheh tombstones belonging to the royal family, nobles and chiefmen. they were known as makam 7, makam 12, makam 1 and makam 2 in this fortress.

Alahai.

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Sat 2 May 09 at 12:02 am

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