ANTHABOGA SITE AS A SYMBOL OF TOLERANCE BETWEEN RELIGIOUS RELIGIONS IN SUMBERGONDO VILLAGE
The Anthaboga site is a temple and lightning as a cultural site and is one of the Rsi Markandheya sites which stretches between the Great Temple of Gumuk Kancil, Anthaboga to Gumuk Payung. Although the Anthaboga Site has been known as a place of worship for Hindus, it must be admitted that the Anthaboga Site is the only religious tourism place for 6 religious people at once, namely: Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, Christianity and Catholicism. This research on the Anthaboga site describes the history and function of the Anthaboga site, the values contained and the meaning of tolerance behind the Anthaboga site, while also revealing the role of the local government in the Anthaboga site. In general, this study aims to obtain an overview and understanding of the history of the Anthaboga Site in Sumbergondo Village. Likewise, to find out the historical values that exist in the Anthaboga Site and to add insight and knowledge to the community, especially to writers. This research is a type of qualitative research. Data collection is done by means of observation, interviews, and documentation, then it will be processed using descriptive analysis methods to be used as scientific papers as reservations for further research and national journals.