Bali's "biggest ancient Hindu temple" found

Construction workers in Denpasar, Bali have discovered the remains of a stone temple at a Hindu study center believed to be the largest Hindu temple ever found on the island. Archaeologists have identified the foundations of the 20-metre-long east wing of the structure.

One building block unearthed measured "one metre long, 40 centimetres (16 inches) deep and 40 wide." The Hindu temple, in overwhelmingly Islamic Bali, is believed to date to the 13th through 15th centuries.