Indonesia old color

342 Pin267 Pengikut
Indonesia - Sumatra - Nias (1867) - Nias people are an ethnic group native to Nias, an island off the west coast of North Sumatra. In the Nias language, the Nias people are known as Ono Niha; which literally means 'descendants of human'. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nias_people

Indonesia - Sumatra - Nias (1867) - Nias people are an ethnic group native to Nias, an island off the west coast of North Sumatra. In the Nias language, the Nias people are known as Ono Niha; which literally means 'descendants of human'. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nias_people

Pacu Jawi is the tradition of the cow race by the Minang community in West Sumatra, Indonesia, Pacu Jawi conducted after the completion of the harvest ....

Pacu Jawi is the tradition of the cow race by the Minang community in West Sumatra, Indonesia, Pacu Jawi conducted after the completion of the harvest ....

Kawasan Segitiga Senen (Mall Atrium sekarang), iring-iringan pawai saat kampanye 1982

Kawasan Segitiga Senen (Mall Atrium sekarang), iring-iringan pawai saat kampanye 1982

Dutch East Indies

Dutch East Indies

Jln. Tunjungan th 1957

Jln. Tunjungan th 1957

Classification of Yogya Parang Batik Motif : 25. Parang Gapit Seling; 26. Parang gapit ceplok; 27. Parang Gapit; 28. Parang Gagak Seta; 29. Parang Curigo latar Cemeng; 30. Parang Ceplok Prahu Layar; 31. Parang Centhung; 32. Parang Catur Manunggal; 33. Parang gapit seling grompol; 34. Parang Gapit Seling Kusumo; 35. Parang Gapit Seling Pucang; 36. Parang Gapit Seling Templek

Classification of Yogya Parang Batik Motif : 25. Parang Gapit Seling; 26. Parang gapit ceplok; 27. Parang Gapit; 28. Parang Gagak Seta; 29. Parang Curigo latar Cemeng; 30. Parang Ceplok Prahu Layar; 31. Parang Centhung; 32. Parang Catur Manunggal; 33. Parang gapit seling grompol; 34. Parang Gapit Seling Kusumo; 35. Parang Gapit Seling Pucang; 36. Parang Gapit Seling Templek

Tunjungan, Surabaya 1965 Around the 80's the tall building on the left became bank Niaga.

Tunjungan, Surabaya 1965 Around the 80's the tall building on the left became bank Niaga.

Puro Pakualaman, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Puro Pakualaman, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Masjid Raya Medan, Sumatra Utara, Indonesia

Masjid Raya Medan, Sumatra Utara, Indonesia

Pinterest
Cari