Top 10 Historical Building You Should Visit in Indonesia

There are a lot of the buildings in Indonesia which has a certain historical bearing that building. Those historical building is created by good architecture and full of historic. Below are the 10 historical building in Indonesia to visit.

Maimun Palace

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Istana Maimun

Maimun Place is located in Medan, North Sumatra. It is located in Brigjen Katamso and built in 1888 in Sultan Deli Makmun Al Rasyid Perkasa Alamsyah with Malay touch. This historical building is combined the three main architecture such as Malay, Moslem and Europ proved by its interior and exterior.

Lawang Sewu

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Lawang Sewu

Lawaing sewu is a historical building comes from Semarang.  Lawang Sewu means thousands of doors because it has a lot of doors. It is built by Jaco K Klinkhamer and B.J Oudang with Art Deco style. At that time, it is a Dutch train Company, NV Nederlandsch Indische Spoorweg Mashapij.

Taman Sari

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Taman Sari

Taman Sari is a site of the former royal garden of the Yogyakarta Sultanate. It is built in 1755 after Giyanti MOu. Taman Sari is about 2 km south within the ground of the Yogyakarta Palace. It combines Portuguese, Dutch, Chinese, Java, Buddhism, Hinduism, Moslem, and Christian style interior and exterior of the building.

Tongkonan

tongkonan Top 10 Historical Building You Should Visit in Indonesia

Tongkonan

Tongkonan is a historical building comes from Toraja race, South of Sulawesi. It has the unique architecture and ornament in the building construction. It is made of the environmentally friendly material such wood, bamboo, and fibers of wood. It has buffalo horn ornaments located in front of house.

Mahakam Bridge

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Mahakam Bridge

Mahakam Bridge II is known as Tenggarong Bridge is different with others bridge construction in Indonesia. It is located in Tenggarong, Kutai Kertanegara. It has cable bridge suspension like Golden Gate in San Francisco, USA.

Istiqlal Mosque

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Istiqlal Mosque

Istiqlal Mosque is the historical mosque in Jakarta. It is the biggest mosque in Southeast Asia. It symbolizes of independent of Indonesians. It is built by talented architect, F Silaban who a Christian. It has 9.5 ha in large and capacity of 8000 people.

Gedung Sate (Sate Building)

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Gedung Sate

Gedung Sate is located in Bandung and it is built by Ir Gerber in 1924 with adopted the Italy Renaissance Era style. Satay pin style is the uniqueness of the roof ornament in this building. It is a unique building at that time.

Blendug Church

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Blendug Church

Blendug Church is the historical building Semarang. It is the oldest church in Central Java. It is built in 1753 by Dutch colonial. Blendug comes from Javanese word means dome. It is to be favorite place for photography lovers.

Masjid Agung Palembang (Palembang Great Mosque)

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Masjid Agung Palembang

Masjid Agung Palembang is the popular mosque in South of Sumatra. It is located in Plaza Benteng Kuto Besak, Palembang. It is built by Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin I Jaya Wikramo in 1738. It has built by Europe architecture but is combined with Chinese style.

Fatahillah Museum

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Fatahillah Museum

Fatahillah museum is one of the historical buildings in Jakarta. It is located in Taman Fatahillah street, west Jakarta. Fatahillah museum is founded in 1707 with Holland style. At that time, this building has name as stadhuis. It is innagurated as museum on March 30, in 1974.

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