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Old January 17th, 2014, 12:15 PM   #201
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Gereja Inggris (All Saints Anglican Church or Englesekerk), Jakarta


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Fort Martello in pulau kelor, thousand islands regency, Jakarta special capital territory

The explosion of Krakatoa in 1883 caused a tidal wave that damaged Menara Martello, which the Dutch East India Company built in 1850 on Bidadari Island (Pulau Bidadari), one of the Thousand Islands (Kepulauan Seribu), as part of a set of fortifications that protected the approaches to Batavia. Photos suggest that Martello Menara was not a true Martello, but rather a circular fort. The tower was operational until 1878, when it became a storage site, and was abandoned in 1908. Bidadari Island was also known as Pulau Sakit (Sick Island) as it housed a leper colony during the 17th century. More recently, the island came to be called "Angel Island", to honour the leprosarium that had been there.

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Fort Rotterdam

Fort Rotterdam was a fort built in Makassar on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia and was seized by the Dutch in the 1670s. It was originally known as Ujung Pandang, named after the screwpine pandanus pal which grew in the region and was used for making mats. The fort became a center of Dutch colonial power in Sulawesi. Near the end of the Early Modern Period (1500 to 1700). In the middle modern period from 1700 to 1900 it was a thriving trading post as the Dutch East India Company continued to grow and eventually by the late modern period that began in 1900 it was intregrated into a united Dutch East Indies colony. It was also used as a Japanese prisoner of war camp in World War II.

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Fort Vredeburg

In 1760, after the foundation of the new Kraton Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat, the Dutch colonial regime had barracks erected on a plot close to the new palace provided by Sultan Hamengkubuwono I.[2] Between 1765 and 1788 they extended the buildings and converted it into a fort. The original name Rustenburg became Vredeburg. The building served the Dutch colonial administration for various purposes.

In 1942, during the Japanese occupation of Indonesia, The fortress was took over by the Japanese army and made it into their new headquarters in Yogyakarta and war prison. Since 1945 Fortress Vredeburg served the Indonesian Army as military command post, barracks and prison for suspected members of the communist party

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Fort Vastenburg

built in 1745 under the order of governor general Baron Van Imhoff as a watch to the Sultan of Surakarta/Solo. Both Yogyakarta and Surakarta have a fort built in theiir city after they agreed to become vassal of the Dutch empire. The fort Vastenburg unlike fort Vredeburg of Yogyakarta were left deteriorating, until recently it undergoes a restoration. The fort are used by the city to held concerts.

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Fort Belgica

Constructed in 1611, under the orders of Pieter Both, first Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies, Fort Belgica was built to fortify the hill which dominated the original Dutch fortress, Fort Nassau, Banda Islands, Indonesia in order to prevent others doing the same.
Originally built as a standard VOC four bastioned quadrilateral fort, by the mid seventeenth century earthquakes, the tropical monsoonal climate, and poor original construction materials and techniques had resulted in the structure becoming dilapidated.[2] In 1667, Governor Cornelis Speelman instructed Engineer Adriaan de Leeuw to redesign and reconstruct the fort, the major modification works being completed by 1673. The new design consisted of a low outer pentagonal structure with five angled corner bastions and a higher inner pentagon with five tall circular towers. It was the only fort of this kind throughout the Banda Islands.

Despite over 300,000 Guilders spent on the modifications, an armament of 50 guns and a garrison of 400 men Fort Belgica surrendered to a British fleet in 1796 without a shot fired. Returned to Dutch control in 1803, it was again taken by the British in 1810, when it was stormed by Captain Cole and his men.

Partially demolished in 1904, it was incompletely rebuilt in 1919, and had a major refurbishment in the 1990's.

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Fort Van De Bosch - Located in Ngawi, East Java and are built in 1839 by Governor General Van De Bosch.

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Fort Van der Wijk, which was built in the early 19th century by General Johannes Van den Bosch, is located in the northern part of the Gombong City in Central Java.The military compound served to train soldiers for later service in the Royal Netherlands East Indies Army. Suharto, the second President of Indonesia, began his service here on 1 June 1940 prior to the Japanese occupation). The fort was used by the Indonesian Armed Forces until 2000. Since then the compound has been developed as a recreational site.


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Kusbatterij od de Lantong te Tjilatjap, Central Java - built in 1861, disfunctioned after the Japanese conquers Dutch East Indies n 1942.

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Old Town of Jakarta

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Kota Tua, North Jakarta

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Old Town of Surabaya









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De Javasche Bank


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Old Town of Semarang

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Redevelopment of 7 hectare of area surrounding Fatahillah Square has begun, there is hope for Batavia's crumbling old town.

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Renovation for Kota Tua Is Long Overdue as Indonesian Group Leads Effort

By Vanesha Manuturi on 8:50 pm February 6, 2014.
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A consortium called Pembangunan Kota Tua Jakarta (PKTJ) has been formed with the task to revitalize one of Jakarta’s historical sites, according to a statement posted on the website of the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX).

Other members of the group include Plaza Indonesia Realty, Best Engineering Contractor and Agencies Indonesia, Karunia Jaya Sukses, Muara Wisesa samudra, Taman Harapan Indah, Saratoga Intiperkasa, and Mitra Lintas Surya.

PKJT plans to revitalize Kota Tua by turning the historic area in Central Jakarta into a cultural heritage, a tourist attraction, an investment opportunity and a potential business district .

Harun Hajadi, the managing director of Ciputra group said the Jakarta administration approached the PKTJ companies with the idea of revamping the area last year.

“Kota Tua is currently in a state of neglect; it has no residents, no businesses — only slums,” Harun told Jakarta Globe on Thursday.

Despite its current conditions, Harun thinks believes the area holds untapped potential. Kota Tua could become Jakarta’s prominent center for art, he suggested.

“Governor Joko Widodo has recently been organizing public art festivals in the capital. Perhaps, someday similar festivities can be held in Kota Tua,” said Harun. The area needs to be more than just a popular photography site, he added.

Harun explained the consortium may consult with Singapore, citing city-state’s positive track record in revamping historical sites, such as its Civic District.

PKTJ is still in the process of assessing Kota Tua, he added. Harun declined to disclose more details on the project.

Jababeka, one of nine companies that make up the consortium, plans to put Rp 10 billion ($821,000) as paid-up capital in the PKTJ, the company said in statement to the IDX.

Kota Tua, dubbed as the Jewel of Asia by 16th century European sailors, was once the center of commerce for the entire Asian continent. The area covers around 384 hectare in Sunda Kelapa-Pinangsia and 134 hectares around the Jakarta History Museum.

Nowadays, the area attracts local and foreign tourists for its residing historical sites and museums, such as the Jakarta History Museum — popularly known as the Fatahillah Museum — and Cafe Batavia.
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Handelsvereeniging Amsterdam, Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia - this beautiful Art Deco Dutch architecture were built in 1910 as a sugar producer company by Hulswit, Fermont & Ed. Cuypers from Batavia, today a headquarter for a plantation company.

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Kantoor van Jacobson van Den Berg & co, Palembang, Sumatra, Indonesia - a trading company office in Palembang that operates since the 1860s today function as a meeting hall.

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Bank Indonesia (formerly De Javasche Bank), Cirebon, Indonesia

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Museum Bank Indonesia (formerly De Javasche Bank HQ), Jakarta, Indonesia


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interestingly typical Javanese Kala heads are used:


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Bank Indonesia, Medan, Indonesia


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De Javasche Bank (now are still bank buildings), Yogyakarta, Indonesia


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Postkantoor, Yogyakarta, Indonesia


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