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Bandung Traffic Park, Railway
Indonesia
Bandung Traffic Park is an informal educational means to inculcate traffic ethics for children. Built in 1920 as a tropical garden, then named Insulindepark in 1925. Converted into traffic park in 1958, later renamed 'Ade Irma Suryani Nasution Traffic Park' in 1965.
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