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This building was built around 1920 , art deco architectural style depicting the bridge of a ship with shrimp contained thereon. Located at Siliwangi St. which is the main street in the city of Cirebon . This building was used as the mayor's office until...More
The building is good, ex colonial but outside the building is crowded for parking and many taxi man and becak offer his service, but in front of the building, we can find tradisional culinary like empal gentong, nasi jamblang
Cirebon is a unique experience. We stayed there with a good friend in January 2014 for 3 weeks. The way Indonesians drive over there is nothing short excellence in their own way. A one lane street, you have cars and motor cycle 3 wide, sometimes...More
The town hall is on the main street through the middle of town near the train station - meaning you can miss it if you are walking by or are in a taxi/tuk tuk. Its probably not open to the general public though but you...More
It's true,the first time when you see this building you will never imagine that it was built by uniqueness mix of culture.You'll find modernity,old fashoned of local architecture,far east and middle east construction
That is what it should be named.The whole building painted white colour,of course not to mention this is the local government office.Not to big at size,but it represents past,now,and future characteristics