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File:Stadhuis Batavia, Jakarta.jpg


Description The former Stadhuis of Batavia, the seat of the city government during the VOC and the Dutch East Indies era. The building now serves as Jakarta Historical Museum or also known as Museum Fatahillah. The museum houses several important artifacts dated from ancient Hindu Tarumanagara inscriptions to colonial furniture. The building stood at Jakarta Old Town area, Jakarta, Indonesia.
Date February 2006
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Author Gunawan Kartapranata

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6° 8′ 4.11″ S, 106° 48′ 47.66″ E

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