During this pandemic, my family and I just stay at home. At the beginning of April, we started to feel afraid of what appeared on the news about the Covid-19 and it got worse when the number of infected people increased.
Putroe Neng’s tomb, whose real name is Nian Nio Lian Khi, located on the edge of a large road between provinces, Lhokseumawe area. The tomb key interpreter (Qamariyah the granny, who replaced her husband who died in 2015) tells the story that in the past visitors took a picture in this tomb, often with the figure of an astral woman suspected of the incarnation of Putroe Neng. This photo story is quite popular, but when I search and ask questions, no one has saved the printed photo.
It is said that Nahrasiyah served as Sultanah for more than 20 years, Period II of the Kingdom of Samudra Pasai Islamic, and died in 1428 AD
Maybe the city is trying to be as grand as the past, there are two buildings in the middle of a meadow, which are crowded by cattle.
Teungku Fakinah is a female cleric, also a pioneer of Islamic school for women (1911). Now, the name is the Hajjah Fakinah Islamic Education Foundation.
The second Rumoh Atjeh which has now become a museum, that is made by the Netherlands (they burned the original one), is Rumoh Cut Nyak Dhien. The sturdy house was ravaged by the earthquake and tsunami, and became a place to escape.
In Meukeuta Alam (the customary book of Aceh), it is explained that in Rumoh Atjeh, part of the house and yard belongs to the daughter or mother.
The third of the purportedly as the first from Aceh Lhee Sagoe was Indra Purwa. Its position is the most fragile compared to the two other points (Indrapatra Fort and Indrapuri Old Mosque).
Based on architectural relics, the Hindu kingdom existed since 500 BC in Aceh and grew to other areas. That said, the kingdom of Poli Hindu Aceh is the first and oldest in Indonesia.
Inong Balee Fortress, a strategic defense point, because it can look broadly towards the Gulf of Krueng Raya and the gate to the Straits of Malacca.