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Old August 18th, 2014, 06:22 PM   #361
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Surakarta/Soerakarta, Indonesia

Bank Indonesia (former de javaschebank)

http://andikaawan.blogspot.com/2011/...sepanjang.html

Loji Gandrung

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Old August 18th, 2014, 06:35 PM   #362
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Sint-Antonius-kerk

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one of Fort Vastenburg entrance

http://www.panoramio.com/photo/66005447


http://www.panoramio.com/photo/13166407


http://kekunaan.blogspot.com/2012/09...tor-kodim.html


http://kekunaan.blogspot.com/2012/07...surakarta.html
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Solo-Jebres Station (1847)

http://kekunaan.blogspot.com/2014/08...lo-jebres.html

Slaughterhouse

http://kekunaan.blogspot.com/2014/08...n-jagalan.html


http://gpswisataindonesia.blogspot.c...surakarta.html

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Old August 19th, 2014, 09:34 PM   #364
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Padang, Indonesia


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Stadhuis

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http://padangschebovenlanden01.blogs...-kota-tua.html

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Padang Belantoengweg/Jalan Sudirman former Dutch Lagere School

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Batavia, Nederlands-Oost-IndiŽ, 1910 - 1915

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Batavia, Nederlands-Oost-IndiŽ, 1910 - 1915

Ahh yes the first minute it shows parts of Kali besar before the mass development of offices like this pic...


https://www.flickr.com/photos/204664...57624984289662

Villas and small shophouses dominates the city, it doesn't feel like a large city at all since there isn't that much tall buildings... Rijswijk-Harmonie had been almost completely changed leaving only the name "Harmoni" for the area, Weltvedrenen is still the garden city it always was, its a shame the Japs took and melted the beautiful monuments on Waterlooplein.

Nieuw Gondangdia is Menteng, the new garden suburbs of batavia then... it looks nice i wonder if those houses is still there, according to some source there are 1500 Dutch era houses that still exist in Jakarta.
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Surabaya/Soerabaia, Indonesia

19th century houses

http://www.panoramio.com/photo/57626614

20th century houses

http://www.panoramio.com/photo/57626629


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St Mary the Immaculate

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Nieuw Gondangdia is Menteng, the new garden suburbs of batavia then... it looks nice i wonder if those houses is still there, according to some source there are 1500 Dutch era houses that still exist in Jakarta.
Batavia looked like a beautiful pearl in South East Asia. It looked so green and neat with carefully planned huge trees on almost every street. Batavia in some parts looked a bit like Den Haag.

Does old part of Jakarta still look like that?
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Batavia looked like a beautiful pearl in South East Asia. It looked so green and neat with carefully planned huge trees on almost every street. Batavia in some parts looked a bit like Den Haag.

Does old part of Jakarta still look like that?
Map of Batavia from time to time:


If you mean the huge trees yes some part of the city remained almost the same, mainly around Monas (where Koningsplein used to be) area where big shaddy trees covers the street... and the suburbs of Menteng too is still the same old garden suburb (with more horrible sidewalk). If you mean the shaddy trees that used to shade the canals then the answer is not that much. It seem that the main commercial areas tend to not have these planned trees street however. Hmmm im not sure which part of the city that looked like Den Haag, but the old town still do have significant numbers of the architectre. In the video i saw pakervat-maatschappij building still stand, but it was demolished for road expansion and replaced with a hotel. (Not sure whether the hotel is colonial or not)

Molenvliet canal named after the street that flow from Rijswijk-Molenvliet (Veteran-Gajah-Mada to Hayam Wuruk road) to Passerbaroe lost most of its colonial charm.. and most of its glorious villas and Dutch-looking building that decorates the street had mostly disappeared, leaving few which still stand. Many of the trees planted there is more recent beautification while some simply didn't change..



On the other hand other cities like Bandung, Malang or Yogyakarta retained many of this large tree street.
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another documentary Batavia



In the first video 1:10 shows the start of the Passerbaroe area with the pakervaat-maatschappij

in here 3:10 shows that the building had been lost to the hotel and this was in 1940s before the Japanese occupation. But it shows the more gritty commercial part of the city, which doesn't look very Dutch imo since the city has large number of Chinese shophouses.

And this is a documentary made by the Dutch about the Indies, its in Dutch however:


edit: wrong video
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Bandung schools colonial style!

SMAN 5 and SMAN 3
SMA Negeri 5 Bandung was established in 1953, occupying a former Dutch colonial school building. The building was designed by C.P. Wolff Schoemaker. The construction began in 1916. Initially three high schools shared the building, with the other two being SMA Negeri 2 and 3 Bandung. By 1966, SMA Negeri 2 started occupying a new building on Jalan Cihampelas. SMA Negeri 5 Bandung has been using the eastern part of the building ever since, with SMA Negeri 3 Bandung residing in the west.


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St Aloysius Catholic school
The publication of Max Havelaar, written by a Dutch-Indonesian who saw firsthand the suffering of the Dutch colonial subjects in the plantations, started widespread interest in Europe to help improve the conditions of the colonies abroad including educational contributions. Recognizing the absence of a Catholic school system in Indonesia, four priests were dispatched to Indonesia: Bruder Engelbertus Cranen, Bruder Felix, Bruder Anthonius and Bruder Stanislaus.

Upon arrival in Surabaya, they established their first school in 1862 by the name of "St. Yusuf". In 1905, the expanded group on priests established "St. Hilarius" in Jakarta. Shortly after, they also established schools in Semarang, Madiun, and several other cities in Java. Finally in 1930 they established a monastery in Bandung on Jalan Sultan Agung, the present location of the school. In 1948 the priests established the St. Yusuf Primary School, and St. Aloysius Secondary Schools.


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St Angela Catholic school
founded by Ursulinen nuns from Rotterdam on 20 September 1855 in Batavia, founded in Bandung as Hogere Burger School in 1920s.


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Institute of technology, Bandung, Indonesia

In 1920, Technische Hogeschool (TH) was established in Bandung, which for a short time, in the middle forties, became Kogyo Daigaku. Not long after the birth of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945, the campus housed the Technical Faculty (including a Fine Arts Department) of Universitas Indonesia, with the head office in Jakarta. In the early fifties, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, also part of Universitas Indonesia, was established on the campus.

ITB traces its origin to de Technische Hoogeschool te Bandoeng (THB) established by the Dutch colonial administration to meet the needs of technical resources at its colony in the region now known as Indonesia. When the school opened its door for the first time on July 3, 1920, it had one department namely 'de Faculteit van Technische Wetenschap' (Faculty of Technical Science) with only one academic major of 'de afdeeling der Weg en Waterbouw' (the department of Road and Water resources engineering). Later ITB became part of the Faculty Engineering of the University of Indonesia (UI) in Jakarta after the Indonesian independence in 1945. On March 2, 1959 ITB was officially chartered as a separate academic entity by the government of Indonesia.

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Bukittinggi/Fort de Kock, Indonesia

Jam Gadang
The structure was built in 1926 during the Dutch colonial era, as a gift from the Queen to city's controleur. It was designed by architects Yazin and Sutan Gigi Ameh. Originally a rooster figure was placed on the apex, but it was changed into a Jinja-like ornament during the Japanese occupation. Following Indonesian independence, it was reshaped to its present form resembling traditional Minangkabaun roofs (see Rumah gadang). It is said to have cost 3,000 guilder.




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