Semarapura (Klungkung) - it is a capital city of Klungkung regency, a landscape area containing the only surviving part of the Semarapura, the palace of the Klungkung rulers built around 1710 and largely destroyed by fighting in 1908. The only remains of the palace are the KERTA GOSA-consultation pavilion for peace and prosperity, the BALE KAMBANG-floating pavilion, a kulkul tower and a massive redbrick gateway decorated with stone carvings, which marked the entrance from the outer to the inner courtyards of the palace. Legend tells how two craftsmen who, while sleeping in separate temples on the nearby coast, each dreamt about a half of a massive and wonderful doorway created the gateway. When they met and compared their dreams they were realized that their vision fitted together perfectly, and they built the doorway. Legend also claims that at the time of the Puputan in Klungkung in 1908, the wooden doors sealed themselves shut and nobody has been able to open them since.