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Abang None Jakarta Barat 2011
Indonesia

This is a group photo of Abang None Jakarta 2011, taken in Kota Tua area.

The building in front of the group is Museum Fatahillah, also known as Museum Sejarah Jakarta or Museum Batavia, which was built on 1707 -1710 and used as a Town Hall (Stadhuis in Dutch). This building is almost similar with Istana op de Dam in Amsterdam, but in a significantly smaller scale.

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Uppladdad: 26/06/2011
Uppdaterad: 18/09/2014
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Tags: people; outdoor; building; historical; culture
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