JAKARTA HISTORY TOUR
Pelabuhan Sunda Kelapa
Located at the mouth of the river port Ciliwung and is the oldest in
Indonesia who have made economic activity since the 14th century Hindu
Pajajaran and still running until now. In the traditional boat docks
lined Bugis type "Phinisi" who perform loading and unloading of goods.
Ships - timber ship was once able to sail the oceans to Madagascar.
Being in the Fish Market No. 1, not far from the port of Sunda Kelapa,
Maritime Museum occupies an old building used formerly Cuylenburg fort
is the warehouse of spices - spices VOC and was built in 1652. This
museum presents the various models of boats and ships such as the
traditional Indonesian warships from embarrassment "Kora - Kora 'long
sailboat mast from Bugis" Phinisi "and also" sarcophagus "that is a
boat-shaped tombs of the Batak tribe.
Also on display are various types of marine biota that have been
preserved such as shellfish, turtles and other marine endangered
species. Variety of navigation equipment and other equipment, too many
kebaharian exhibited here.
In front of the Maritime Museum there menaa port that was built in 1839
and served as the control tower and out of the ship that sunda palm
harbor at that time.
Jakarta History Museum.
Being J. Fatahillah Park No.1 and was originally the Town Hall building
(Staadhuis) in Batavia first built in 1627. In 1970 this building was
restored and on 14 April 1974 serve as the official Jakarta History
Original land located in Tanah Abang I This is a public cemetery named
"Ginger Kebon Kober" with an area 5.5 hectares and was built in 1795 to
replace the cemetery beside the church Hollandsce Nieuwe Kerk (now the
puppet museum) is already full. Since the 9th of July 1977 the cemetery
was closed and used as Inscription Museum.
Collection inscriptions, headstone and 1372 amounted makamyang fruit
mostly made of stone and bronze. Here can be seen the tomb of some
characters such as AV Michiels Dutch (known in the war Buleleng), Dr.
H.F. Roll (founder STOVIA or medical school in the Dutch period), jhr
Kohler (famous in war aceh), Olivia Marianne Raffles (wife of Thomas
Stamford Raffles) and Captain Jas the tomb is believed by some to be
memberika fertility, safety, prosperity and happiness. Because the
development of cities, large museums now live dierkecil be 1.3 hectares.
Located at Jalan Gatot Subroto No.14 and is the place lo
perkembangantentara know more about the history of Indonesia's
independence struggle from time to time of reform. On the right side of
the building mseum sartiamandala, there are museums Purbawisesa
Trdapatdi museum collections is a fighter aircraft, tanks and various
types of heavy and light weapons, emblem and symbol - the symbol of the
military, dioramas and more. There is also room Urip Sumiharjo General
and the General Sudirman's collection include a stretcher that is used
during the guerrilla war in the Yogyakarta area.
Located in the courtyard of independence pioneers, Jl. Proclamation No.
56 which was originally the residence of Ir. Indonesia's first president
Soekarno. This monument was established in 1980 with a statue of Sukarno
and Hatta Moh bronze respectively - each measuring 46 meters and 43
meters and weigh 1-2 tons for each image. Depanya there in the text of
the proclamation of a replica bronze with a size of 60 x 90 cm which is
a magnification of 200 times its original size.
Gedung Kesenian Jakarta.
Banguanya neo-renaisance which was founded in 1821 as art or building at
the time of the Holland Schouwburg name.
In this building arts performances are often held both traditional and
contemporary and modern art.
National Archives Building
Built by Renier de Klerk was a member of the Dutch East Indies board
then appointed governor-general (years 1777 to 1780) as a vacation home
in West Molenvelt.
The building was later used as a national archives building and is
located on Jl. Gajah Mada No. 111. Architecture and furniture in it are
still preserved as the original.
Joeang House '45
Built in 1939, the building located in Menteng Raya No. 31 is originally
a hotel on the Dutch period Schomper. At the time this hotel is one of
the most luxurious hotels in Jakarta with a magnificent interior. After
changing the function beberapakali, eventually building used as museum.
Collections are displayed among other form of guerrilla warfare
equipment, attributes and past military uniforms, army unit flags,
photos - photographs and paintings - paintings that illustrate the
independence fighters in Indonesia from the hands of colonialists.
Is a state mosque located in the northeast of the National Monument
(Monas). Built in 1964 the architect was a Christian named Federick
Silaban. Indonesia's largest mosque is able to accommodate more than
100,000 jema'ah well.
Located on the road Pintu Besar Utara No.. 27, west of the museum of the
history of Jakarta. Occupying the former Dutch church Oude Hollandsche
Kerk (1640 - 1732) and the church Niew Hollandsche Kerk (1736 - 1808)
who later destroyed by an earthquake.
The building is visible today was established in 1912 as a warehouse
owned by Geo Wehry. After moving beberapakali ownership and change the
function, finally, on August 13, 1975 was inaugurated as the Puppet
Collection contained in a museum Wayang puppet enis and forms from
various regions in Indonesia, such as shadow puppets, puppet show,
puppet grass, wayang beber, mask - a mask and gamelan. Wayang and dolls
from various countries such as China, England, Cambodia, Malaysia and
Thailand come complete collection in this museum.
Museum fine art & ceramics
The building which was originally known as "the building to talk" or
Raad van Justice in this Dutch Colonial situated Jl. Pos Kota No.2 which
was founded in 1870 and finally on August 20, 1976 officially functioned
as a fine art and Ceramics Museum.
In addition to an exhibition space of the painting leading artists and
sculptors in Indonesia, this museum also keeps a good variety of ceramic
collections from different blood found in Indonesia and overseas.
Ceramics Plered vacancies, Lombok, and ceramics from Asia and Europe
helped complete the museum collection.
The museum is located on Jl. KS Tubun No.4 and was built in the 19th
century, was originally a French royal house. After moving beberapakali
ownership and function, in the year 1975 the government submitted to the
next DKI Jakarta Textile Museum made.
This building was established by an institution Bataviasche ilm
knowledge Genootschap van Kunsten en Wetenschappen in the year 17,778,
is located on Jl. Medan Merdeka Barat No.12.
Museum which houses a collection of 109,342 cultural objects, there is a
didepanya elephant statue made of bronze prize from King Chulalongkorn
of Siam (Thailand) as mengunjngi Batavia in 1871. Therefore, the
national museum is also known as the Elephant Museum.
Is stored in the museum collections of pre-historical objects such as
tools made of stone, bone, horn and shell. There are also many
collections of objects - pottery 15th century up to 5 originating from
mainland Asia, Europe and Persia.
Various relief items from the history of the 16th century up to 19
stored neatly, in addition to a collection of relics of the Dutch
There is also a collection of gold jewelry, diamonds and precious
stones, heritage and the throne of the kings and other furniture made of
gold of the royal past.
Nasioal Monument (Monas)
Being right in the heart of Jakarta, Monas has an area of 80 hectares is
a count of zero point mapping Jakarta. Diarsiteki by Sudarsono and F
Silaban with consultants Ir. Rooseno, 137 meter-high monument was
officially opened on June 12, 1975, or almost 14 years since the
erection pole by President Sukarno in 1961.
Built with funds donated Indonesian society at that time, Monas is
designed to survive for 1000 years is a monument to commemorate the
spirit of the struggle for independence and to enhance patriotism
warning the nation of Indonesia, which is represented in the form of
flames of bronze weighing 143 tons and is coated with 35 Kg pure gold.
In the basement there is a monument museum diorama depicting the journey
of Indonesian history from the struggle for independence merenut until
the new order. There is also the independence of space where we can
listen to the recorded voice while reading a bung Karno manuscript
proclamation in the morning of August 17, 1945. the elevator with a
capacity of 8 people, visitors can reach the top of the monument and see
the panoramic view of Jakarta.
Monas park around this time became more cool, clean and tidy with a
variety of green plants and the animals spotted deer which gives its own
natural beauty. On Sunday morning, many people who use this area for
exercise or around nersama family using wagon.
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