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Fort Marlborough
Architecture
Bengkulu
Culture
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Sumatra

Fort Marlborough Heritage of Britain in Bengkulu

Helloindonesia.id – Visiting Bengkulu is incomplete if you do not set foot in Fort Marlborough or in foreign languages ​​it is called Fort Marlborough. Located on Jalan Ahmad Yani, Bengkulu, this fort was a fortress built by the East Indies Company in 1713-1719 and was used as a British stronghold which was under the leadership […]

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exile for the proclamator
Bengkulu
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History
Indonesia
Indonesian
Nusantara
Sumatra

History of Soekarno's exile home in Bengkulu

Helloindonesia.id – Bengkulu is one of the real sanctions of the life journey of an Indonesian proclaimer, and is Indonesia’s first president, Ir. Sukarno or better known as Bung Karno. Bung Karno’s past could not be separated from the shadows of exile by the Dutch colonial. There are several areas that have become the place […]

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Muaro Jambi
Architecture
Culture
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History
History
Indonesia
Indonesian
Jambi
Nusantara
Sumatra

Muaro Temple, Buddhist relics on Jambi

Helloindonesia.id – Muaro Jambi Temple is located in Muara Jambi Regency, Jambi Province. Once upon a time this temple was the center of Buddhist worship. This can be seen from the variety of findings in the form of ritual tools prajnaparamita statues in the form of ruins of stupas, elephant statues of singha, iron wajra […]

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Malin Kundang Stone
Culture
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History
History
Indonesia
Indonesian
Literature
Nusantara
Sumatra
West Sumatra

History of Malin Kundang Stone in West Sumatra

Helloindonesia – When talking about sons of disobedience, our minds must immediately be drawn to the legend of Malin Kundang. And if you are going to spend a vacation in West Sumatra, never miss an agenda to visit the attraction of Air Manis Beach and see Batu Malin Kundang. The stone which is the symbol […]

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Gunung Padang Bunker
Architecture
Art
Culture
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History
History
Indonesia
Indonesian
Nusantara
Sumatra
West Sumatra

Gunung Padang Bunker, History of Japan Maritime Forces

Helloindonesia.id – Gunung Padang does not only have a beautiful panorama and tragic love story of Siti Nurbaya and Samsul Bahri. This tourist area also keeps traces of the existence of Japanese occupation forces on earth Minangkabau in the era of World War II. This area is surrounded by a number of bunkers that are […]

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Fort de Kock
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History
History
Indonesia
Indonesian
Nusantara
Sumatra
West Sumatra

Fort de Kock Castle the Paderi War History

Helloindonesia.id – In addition to its natural and culinary attractions, the City of Bukittinggi has many relics from the Dutch East Indies government which are historical tourist attractions. In addition to the Clock Tower which became an icon of the city and the home of the birth of the Proclaimer Bung Hatta, the city also […]

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Architecture
Culture
Figure
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History
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Indonesian
Nusantara
Pahlawan
Sumatra
West Sumatra

Buya Hamka Birthplace, Important figure in Indonesia

Helloindonesia.id – The trip to Lake Maninjau was incomplete without visiting the home of a great cleric from Minangkabau, Buya Hamka. This historic house is on the edge of the lake, precisely in Muaro Pauh Village, Nagari Sungai Batang, Tanjung Raya District, Agam. The location, which is now functioned as a museum, is a repository […]

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Aceh
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History
History
Indonesia
Indonesian
Nusantara
Sumatra

The beginnings of Indonesian aerospace history

Helloindonesia.id – History proves, Aceh became the most difficult archipelago territory to be conquered by the Dutch East Indies Colonial Government. Evidently, Tanah Rencong became the last area to surrender to the Dutch colonialism. And even then only materialized after decades of failure and great losses in overthrowing the Sultanate of Aceh. Aside from history […]

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Aceh
Culture
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History
Indonesia
Indonesian
Nusantara
Opinion
Religion
Sumatra

A Piece of History of the Hindu-Islamic Transition in Aceh

Helloindonesia.id – Aceh not only keeps a history of the glory of Islamic civilization during the Aceh Sultanate. Long before Islam entered the life of the people of Aceh, Hinduism had first developed in the community. One of the silent witnesses of the golden age of the Hindu kingdom in Aceh was Indra Patra Fortress […]

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Weh Island
Aceh
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History
History
Indonesia
Indonesian
Nusantara
Opinion
Sumatra

History of Japanese Occupation on Weh Island

Helloindonesia.id – In its historical trajectory, Pulau Weh is one of the strategic points in the Malacca Strait. Its right position at the crossroads between the Indian Ocean and the Malacca Strait makes it an ideal stopover for commodity exchange traffic from Europe, India and the Middle East with East Asia. Therefore, long before Temasek […]

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