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Jalan Jenderal Gatot Subroto
Jalan Jenderal Gatot Subroto
Gatot Subroto
( Gatot Subroto
Gatot Subroto
Avenue) is one of the major road in Jakarta, Indonesia. The road starts from Digantara statue in South Jakarta, which crosses 13 administrative villages and ends at Pejompongan, Central Jakarta. The road is named after National Hero of Indonesia
Indonesia
General Gatot Subroto. The road was constructed in 1960s.[1] The road runs parallel with Jakarta
Jakarta
Inner Ring Road
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South Jakarta
South Jakarta
Jakarta
(Indonesian: Jakarta
Jakarta
Selatan) is one of the five administrative cities (kota) which form Special
Special
Capital Region of Jakarta, Indonesia. It had a population of 2,057,080 at the 2010 Census, and is the third most populous among the five cities of Jakarta, after East Jakarta
Jakarta
and West Jakarta
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The Plaza Semanggi
The Plaza Semanggi is a commercial complex at Semanggi Interchange in Jakarta, Indonesia. The commercial center includes a shopping mall, an auditorium Balai Sarbini and office tower Gedung Veteran RI. The auditorium and office tower were constructed in 1973. The name The Plaza Semanggi more correctly refers to the shopping mall which was opened in 2004 with the refurbishment of Balai Sarbini and Gedung Veteran RI. History[edit] See also: Balai Sarbini Dome-roofed Balai Sarbini auditorium and the adjoining Gedung Veteran, also called the Graha Purna Yudha tower, were the buildings that were located on the northeast corner of Semanggi cloverleaf bridge
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992 album by Vesta Williams "Special" (Garbage song), 1998 "Special
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North Jakarta
North Jakarta
Jakarta
(Indonesian: Jakarta
Jakarta
Utara) is one of the five administrative cities (kota) which form Special
Special
Capital Region of Jakarta, Indonesia. North Jakarta
Jakarta
contains the entire coastal area within Jakarta
Jakarta
Special
Special
District. In North Jakarta, an area at the estuary of Ciliwung
Ciliwung
river was the main port for the kingdom of Tarumanegara, which later grew to become Jakarta. Many historic sites and artefacts of Jakarta
Jakarta
can be found in North Jakarta. Both ports of Tanjung Priok
Tanjung Priok
and historic Sunda Kelapa
Sunda Kelapa
are located in the city
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East Jakarta
East Jakarta
Jakarta
(Indonesian: Jakarta
Jakarta
Timur) is one of the five administrative cities (kota) which form Special
Special
Capital Region of Jakarta, Indonesia
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West Jakarta
West Jakarta
Jakarta
(Indonesian: Jakarta
Jakarta
Barat) is one of the five administrative cities (kota) which form Special
Special
Capital Region of Jakarta, Indonesia
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Jalan Jaksa
Jalan Jaksa (abbreviated as Jl. Jaksa) is a short street approximately 400 meters long at Menteng subdistrict in Central Jakarta, Indonesia. It is located about 1 km south of the national museum, Monas and west of the Gondangdia railway station. The street connects Jalan KH Wahid Hasyim to Jalan Kebon Sirih. The six-meter-wide road offers tourists the opportunity to get cheap accommodation, and of course nightlife. It is designed as the main choice of foreign as well as domestic backpackers who visit Jakarta.Contents1 History 2 Attractions 3 See also 4 External links 5 ReferencesHistory[edit] In Indonesian language Jaksa means attorney. During Dutch colonial period it was a gathering place for law students from Rechts Hogeoschool. [1] In the late 1960s Jl. Jaksa started to become internationally known among backpackers though the International Youth Hostel Federation (IYHF)
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Jalan H.R. Rasuna Said
Paul D. Hudson (born 11 February 1956), better known by his stage name H.R. (Human Rights), is the British-American lead singer of the American hardcore punk band Bad Brains. His vocal delivery is very diverse, ranging from a rapid-fire nasal whine, to feral growling and screeches, to smooth near-crooning or staccato reggae rhymes. He has departed the band periodically to pursue solo efforts that are more mellow reggae than Bad Brains' usual punk/metal offerings. He is the older brother of Earl Hudson, Bad Brains' drummer.Contents1 Musical career 2 Personal life 3 Discography3.1 Compilations 3.2 Appearances on albums by other artists4 References 5 External linksMusical career[edit] H.R. and his bandmates became Rastafari around 1979
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Gelora Bung Karno Stadium
Coordinates: 6°13′6.88″S 106°48′9.04″E / 6.2185778°S 106.8025111°E / -6.2185778; 106.8025111Gelora Bung Karno Main Stadium Stadion Utama Gelora Bung KarnoGBK, SUGBK, Stadion Utama, Stadion SenayanLogo of the Gelora Bung Karno Sports ComplexGBK during Indonesia
Indonesia
friendly against Iceland
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Senayan, Kebayoran Baru
Senayan is an administrative village (kelurahan in Indonesian) at Kebayoran Baru
Kebayoran Baru
subdistrict, South Jakarta, Indonesia. The post code is 12190.Contents1 Boundaries 2 Highlights 3 Toponym 4 ReferencesBoundaries[edit] The borders of Senayan are:[1]Semanggi Flyover in the north General Sudirman Street in Gelora administrative village, Tanah Abang subdistrict, Central Jakarta
Central Jakarta
in the west General Gatot Subroto Street in Karet Semanggi administrative village, Setiabudi subdistrict in the east Selong administrative village in the south.It is worth to note that in spite of the name use, the Gelora Bung Karno sport complex - which is also known as Gelora Senayan Sports Complex, is not within the boundaries of this administrative village, not even in South Jakarta
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Central Jakarta
Central Jakarta
Jakarta
(Indonesian: Jakarta
Jakarta
Pusat) is one of the five administrative cities (kota) which form Special
Special
Capital Region of Jakarta, Indonesia. It had 898,883 inhabitants at the 2010 Census. Central Jakarta
Jakarta
is the smallest in area and population of the five cities of Jakarta. It is the administrative and political center of Jakarta
Jakarta
and Indonesia
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Trans TV
Trans TV
Trans TV
(Televisi Transformasi Indonesia) is an Indonesian national television station based in South Jakarta. Owned by Chairul Tanjung, it launched on 15 December 2001. It is similar to other commercial stations, showing news, movies, drama series, variety shows, quiz shows, and former children's programs.Contents1 History1.1 Construction 1.2 Metropolitan techinican broadcasts 1.3 Metropolitan trial programs 1.4 Trial of transmission 1.5 Test of transmission 1.6 Opening2 Programs2.1 Sports programming 2.2 International programming3 See also 4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] Construction[edit] It was incorporated under a license from the Department of Trade and Industry, South Jakarta
South Jakarta
with Number 809/BH.09.05/III/1998. Its shares are largely owned by the Para Inti Investindo, a subsidiary of Para Group. In August 1998, Trans TV's existence was published in State Gazette No
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Kalibata Heroes Cemetery
Heroes Cemetery, Kalibata (Indonesian: Taman Makam Pahlawan Kalibata,[1] abbreviation TMP Kalibata), in Kalibata, Pancoran, South Jakarta is a military cemetery in Indonesia. It built in 1953 and opened on 10 November 1954 and the first burial took place on that day. Agus Salim, who died 6 days earlier, was the first whole body buried on the cemetery. There were also 121 corpses moved from Heroes Cemetery in Ancol.[2] More than 7,000 people who are military casualties and veterans from Indonesian War of Independence
Indonesian War of Independence
are buried there. This includes many Japanese veterans of the Imperial Japanese Army
Imperial Japanese Army
who stayed in the Dutch colony after World War II
World War II
of their own free will and fought for the Indonesian independence who are also buried there.[3] The cemetery is easily visited. The site is well set-out and neatly maintained
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Pasar Minggu
Pasar Minggu (Indonesian for "Sunday Market") is a subdistrict of South Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia. The area is known for its traditional Sunday market, famous for the fruit market.[1] Historically, Pasar Minggu is a fruit cultivation area developed by the Dutch government during the colonial period. The central point of the cultivation area is the traditional market of Pasar Minggu, located in what is now Pasar Minggu Kelurahan. Teak forest could also be found in Pasar Minggu Subdistrict, notably around Jati Padang (Javanese for "bright teak") Kelurahan
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DPR/MPR Building
Coordinates: 6°12′37″S 106°48′00″E / 6.21028°S 106.80000°E / -6.21028; 106.80000DPR/MPR (National Parliament) BuildingGedung DPR/MPRThe main Building, NusantaraGeneral informationLocation South Jakarta, Jakarta, IndonesiaConstruction started 8 March 1965Completed February 1983 (Main building completed 1968)Height 100 metresTechnical detailsSize 80,000 m2Design and constructionArchitect Soejoedi WirjoatmodjoThe MPR/DPR Building is the seat of government for the Indonesian legislative, which comprises the People's Consultative Assembly (Indonesian: Majelis Permusyawaratan Rakyat, MPR) [1] the People's Representative Council (Indonesian: Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat, DPR) [2] and the Regional Representatives Council<
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