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Old August 17th, 2012, 11:53 AM   #101
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Old August 21st, 2012, 02:34 PM   #102
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Hi, I'm a great admirer of old Dutch Colonial era architecture. Being the citizen of Surabaya, I would occasionally marvel the impressive architectural style of these old buildings.

However, there is one building that recently struck me. That is this PTPN XI building.

Honestly, this building seemed to fit for a railway station too....
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Old August 22nd, 2012, 11:33 AM   #103
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A special building indeed



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Handelsvereeniging Amsterdam NV / PT Perkebunan Nusantara XI

Hulswit, Fermont & Ed. Cuypers architects, 1911-1921

Surabaya, Indonesia




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Old September 3rd, 2012, 04:06 PM   #104
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Willemstad

Curacao, Netherlands Antilles


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Picture by MDTubio at Flickr - An old building awaiting restoration, marked 1754.

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Picture by MDTubio at Flickr - Building at Queen Wilhelmina Park.

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Quarantainehuis by architect Antoine Martis, 1874

Caracasbaai, Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles


Built in 1882 this house functioned as one of the parts of the quarantine station at the fortress of Fort Beekenburg.
Healthy seamen coming on disease carrying ships were quarantined here for forty days. This lasted until 1925 and nowadays this beautiful house with a splendid view over the Caribbean Sea is in severe disrepair.




* The quarantaine house and the nearby fortress will be restored: Link

* Spatial plan of the peninsula, fortress and quarantaine building.



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Old September 15th, 2012, 10:35 PM   #106
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Wiki Commons - Building of the Council of Justice, built in 1890 and destroyed in 1945.


Surabaya

Java, Indonesia


List of buildings collection - Royal Tropical Institute of the Netherlands and the National Museum of Ethnology at Leiden



Surabaya is Indonesia's second-largest city with a population of over 2.7 million (5.6 million in the metropolitan area), and the capital of the province of East Java.
The expanding East Indies Companies took the city over from a weakened Sultanate of Mataram in November 1743.
Surabaya became a major trading center under the Dutch colonial government, and hosted the largest naval base in the colony.




Wiki Commons - Aerial picture over the city center


Wiki Commons - Kruispunt voor het kantoor van de Internationale Crediet- en Handelsvereeniging Rotterdam.


Javasche Bank office


Office buildings at the Willemskade langs de Kali Mas


Shopping street Gemblongan


The Handelstraat






New gouverneur-office, built in 1930.


Town Hall built between 1920 and 1925


Office of the ANIEM


Office of the Koloniale Bank.


Office of the Handelsvereeniging Amsterdam N.V.


Pasar Besar with the office of Pröttel


Building Centrale Burgerlijke Ziekeninrichting (CBZ) Hospital


Telegraph Office in the Sociëteitsstraat.


Post Office


Dutch East Indies School for Physicians, designed by ir. Wiemans


Building of Naval Club 'Modderlust'


Pasar Besar


Bataafsche Petroleum Maatschappij (BPM)


Orphanage


Central Train Station


Old Post Office


Officers pavillion of Surabaya hospital


Old City Theatre


The Mosque


Office of the Nederlandse Handelsmaatschappij




Port Authority Office and Wilhemina-tower


Entrance gate of 'De Volharding Koninklijke Fabriek van Stoom- en andere Werktuigen anno 1857 door F.J.H.Baijer'.


Military Canteen


Old building of Naval Club 'Modderlust'


Sociëteit Concordia (left)


N.V. Photografisch Atelier Kurkdjian.


House of mr. Boesch.


Het Geheugen van Nederland - Oranje Hotel


Office Nuts Spaarbank


Het Geheugen van Nederland - Grimm&Co


Het Geheugen van Nederland - The Red Bridge and the Old Governors Office


Het geheugen van Nederland - House of the Dutch Resident (Governor)

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National Museum (Fmr. Museum van het Bataviaasch Genootschap)

Jakarta, Indonesia


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On April 24, 1778, a group of Dutch intellectuals established a scientific institution under the name Bataviaasch Genootschap van Kunsten en Wetenschappen, (Royal Batavian Society of Arts and Sciences). This private body had the aim of promoting research in the field of arts and sciences, especially in history, archaeology, ethnography and physics, and publish the various findings.

One of the founders – JCM Radermacher – donated a building and a collection of cultural objects and books, which were of great value to start off a museum and library for the society. Due to the growing collections, General Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles built a new premises on Jalan Majapahit No. 3 at the beginning of the 19th century and named it the Literary Society. In the 1862 the Dutch East Indies government decided to build a new museum that would not only serve as an office but also could be used to house, preserve and display the collections.

The Museum was officially opened in 1868 and popularly known as Gedung Gajah (Elephant Building) or sometimes called Gedung Arca (The house of Statues). It was called Gedung Gajah on account of the bronze elephant statue in the front yard – a gift to Batavia from King Chulalongkorn of Siam in 1871. It was also called Gedung Arca because a great variety of statues from different periods are on display in the house.

The peristyle (inner courtyard) of the National Museum, features Doric order Greek architecture.In 1931, the museum's collections were shown in a world cultural exhibition in Paris. Unfortunately, a fire in the exhibition hall demolished the Dutch East Indies' exhibition pavilion and destroyed most of the objects. The museum received some insurance money as compensation and the following year these funds were used to build the old ceramics room, the bronze room, and both treasure rooms on the second floor.

On February 29, 1950 the institution became the Lembaga Kebudayaan Indonesia (Indonesian Culture Council). On September 17, 1962 it was handed over to the Indonesian government and became known as Museum Pusat (Central Museum). By decree of the Minister of Education and Culture No. 092/0/1979 May 28, 1979 it was renamed the Museum Nasional.

In 2007, a new building to the north side of existing building was opened, featuring many artifacts from prehistoric times to modern times. This new building, called Gedung Arca (Statue Building), provides a new exhibition wing. The old building is named as Gedung Gajah (Elephant Building).

The museum has a collection of 61,600 prehistoric and anthropological artifacts, and 5,000 archeological artifacts from all over Indonesia and Asia. The museum collections is among the richest, the most complete, and the best of its kind in Indonesia and one of the finest in Southeast Asia.




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Hospital RSUP Hasan Sadikin - Bandung


Algemeene Bandoengsche Ziekenhuis

Bandung, Indonesia

This hospital was originally established by order of a Dutch General in 1810. It is evidence again of the influence that foreigners had in Bandung, during the Colonial era. It is hard to deny the contributions of the Dutch during their occupation. Bandung can today boast of many legacies turned heritage, and Rumah Sakit Hasan Sadikin isjust one of them. Perkumpulan Vereniging Bandoengsche Ziekenhuis (Bandung's Hospital Association), of which half of the members were Dutch doctors, was founded in 1914. Shortly after the Association was established, the members initiated the develoPment of Bandung's General Hospital. It began to take shape in 1917, and the development of the hospital was complete in 1919. Soon after, the Dutch colonial government inaugurated the hospital with the original official name, Algemeene Bandoengsche Ziekenhuis (Bandung's General Hospital).

When Bandung became a municipality in 1927, the hospital was then renamed Rumah Sakit Gemeentelijk Juliana (Juliana Municipality Hospital). However, in relation to its location, the hospital was more popularly known as Rancabadak Hospital. Today, the Rancabadak Hospital, now known a's Hasan Sadikin Hospital, is noted as the largest, and perhaps the oldest hospital in Bandung. The Dutch Architect, F.J.L Ghijsels, designed Hasan Sadikin Hospital using an IndoEuropean architectural style. The distinctive feature of explicit blending between Indonesian and Colonial architecture, is noticeable if you look at the limasan?style roof, atop the Colonial style building. Like most other Dutch properties, the building fulfilled two of the typical aims of Dutch Colonial Architects the construction is elegant, and it appears to have been designed to blend in with its surrounding environment.

Rumah Sakit Hasan Sadikin is located on JI. Pasteur, the street that used to be famous for its lush landscaping, and Colonial ambience. Today, JI. Pasteur is no longer lush. It is bustling with traffic. However, some European properties from the Dutch Colonial era, including the Pasteur Institution, and the Dana Mulia Foundation, havebeen maintained, and the street stitt retains some Colonial ambience. Most certainly, Rumali Sakit Hasan Sadikin has an interesting history. Soon after the Japanese occupied Bandung, the hospital was closed to the public. It was only used to treat Japanese troops, and the name was changed to Rumah Sakit.Tentara Ryukugun Byoin. (Ryukugun Byoin Troop's Hospital). When the Dutch returned to Bandung in 1945. the hospital was reserved for military personnel and renamed the Dutch Military Hospital.

In 1948, a few years after Indonesia's I ndependence, the building's original purpose was restored, and it was reopened to the public. On 24' July 1956, it was officially inaugurated Rancabadak. Hospital (Bandung's General Hospital) by the Minister of Health. Many years later however, on 8" October 1976, it was renamed Rumah sakit Umum Dr. Hasan Sadikin,in honourof Dr.Hasan Sadikin, the Director of the hospital from 1965 to 1967. He was in fact, one of the founders of the School of Medicine at Padjadjaran University. Without a doubt, he was instrumental in improving Bandung's Public Health services. With the growth of the City's population in the 21" century, and the increasing demand for medical services, the hospital has been necessarily extended. Consequently, a newly refurbished building, with a modern day architectural style, has been erected on A Prof. Eyeckman, behind the old building.



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Here - another nice link to bandung heritage now and then.
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WELKOM IN MALANG (INDONESIA)



GEMENTE HUIS, MALANG



URSULIN, MALANG



CATHEDRAL CHURCH



CONCORDIA BUILDING



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Brilliant contribution!



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Office of the Staasspoorwegen Railway Co, Bandung

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thank you for the information! this is a helpful one especially on my class.
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Padang City/West Sumatra:

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First sundial build by dutch in west borneo.


Old cathedral saint Yoseph in Pontianak city, they replace it with new one b'coz this building is over capacity.
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