• lawang sewu

    Lawang Sewu

    Lawang Sewu is a landmark in Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia. The colonial era building is famous as a haunted house, though the Semarang city government has attempted to rebrand it. Lawang Sewu was designed by C. Citroen, from the firm of J.F. Klinkhamer and B.J. Quendag. It was designed in New Indies Style, an academically-accepted […]

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  • vredeburg fort

    Vredeburg Fort

    Fort Vredeburg Museum (Official Indonesian name, Museum Benteng Vredeburg Yogyakarta), was a former colonial fortress located in the city of Yogyakarta. The military complex has been converted into an Independence Struggle Museum which was opened in 1992. It is located in front of Gedung Agung and Kraton Yogyakarta (Sultan’s Palace). In 1760, after the foundation […]

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  • puro pakualaman

    Puro Pakualaman

    Puro Paku Alaman (Javanese: Pura Pakualaman) is a former small palace Pakualaman. The palace became the official residence of the Prince Paku Alam began in 1813 until 1950, when the state government of the Republic of Indonesia to make Pakualaman (together Sultanate of Yogyakarta) as a special autonomous region called the provincial level Yogyakarta. Puro […]

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  • van der wijk fort

    Van der Wijk Fort

    In the Dutch colonial period, there was a fortress at first glance it seems like a football stadium in the city who precisely Gombong, Kebumen, Central Java, approximately 300 m from the highway Kebumen – Yogyakarta The most distinctive feature of Fort Van Der Wijck is octagonal / octagonal with an area of ​​7,168 square […]

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  • benteng pendem fort

    Benteng Pendem Fort

    Benteng Pendem (Indonesian for “Buried Fort”; Dutch: Kustbatterij op de Landtong te Tjilatjap) is an abandoned Dutch fortress in Cilacap Regency, Central Java, which has become the regency’s main tourist attraction. Built between 1861 and 1879, the fortress originally served to defend the important port of Cilacap, though after a series of changes in ownership […]

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  • prambanan ramayana ballet

    Prambanan Ramayana Ballet

    Ramayana Ballet Prambanan is a visualization of Kakawin Ramayana, Javanese version of Ramayana story, performed near the Prambanan temple, Indonesia. The Ramayana Ballet at the Prambanan isn’t like the Western ballet performance, It’s more like the Wayang wong. The entire Ramayana story consist of four episodes and full story, each night one episode, in four […]

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  • jatijajar cave

    Jatijajar Cave

    This cave was discovered in 1802 by a farmer named Jayamenawi who has a farm on top of the cave. At one point Jayamenawi are taking the grass, then fell in a hole that turned it was a ventilation hole in the ceiling of the cave. This hole has a center line and 4 meters […]

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