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President Palace, Bogor
Indonesia
Istana Bogor merupakan salah satu dari enam Istana Presiden Republik Indonesia yang mempunyai keunikan tersendiri dikarenakan aspek historis, kebudayaan, dan faunanya. Salah satunya adalah keberadaan rusa-rusa yang didatangkan langsung dari Nepal dan tetap terjaga dari dulu sampai sekarang. Saat ini sudah menjadi trend warga Bogor dan sekitarnya setiap hari Sabtu, Minggu, dan hari libur lainnya berjalan-jalan di seputaran Istana Bogor sambil memberi makan rusa-rusa indah yang hidup di halaman Istana Bogor dengan wortel yang diperoleh dari petani-petani tradisional warga Bogor yang selalu siap sedia menjajakan wortel-wortel tersebut setiap hari libur. Seperti namanya, istana ini terletak di Bogor, Jawa Barat. Walaupun berbagai kegiatan kenegaraan sudah tidak dilakukan lagi, khalayak umum diperbolehkan mengunjungi secara rombongan, dengan sebelumnya meminta izin ke Sekretaris Negara, c.q. Kepala Rumah Tangga Kepresidenan.
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Uploaded: 07/12/2011
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