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Gedung Merdeka, Bandung
Indonesia

Merdeka Building (Indonesian: Gedung Merdeka) is an art-deco building in Jalan Asia-Afrika, Bandung, Indonesia. Today it serves as a museum displaying collections and photographs of the Asian–African Conference, the first Non-Aligned Movement that was held there in 1955. (source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gedung_Merdeka)

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