Candi Bubrah is a Buddhist temple located in Candi Prambanan Complex, which is located among the main temple and the temple Roro Jonggrang. Named 'Bubrah' because the situation is broken & scattered ('bubrah' in Javanese) since first discovered. Approximately, this temple was built in the 9th century in the days of Old Mataram Kingdom, one period with Sewu temple. This temple has a size of 12 m x 12 m made of andesite rock types, with the remaining debris as high as 2 meters. When first discovered, there are several statues of Buddha, although not whole anymore.