Warong (food stall) in Batavia (Jakarta) 1915

Old postcard from the old Dutch East Indies Jakarta was known as Batavia in that time. But I do love those old pictures!

Jl. Sudirman in 1968 with the Hotel Indonesia traffic Circle (Bundaran HI), the Welcome Statue, a bit of Hotel Indonesia seen on the left as well as the old UN building in the background on the left.

You Have Never Seen Indonesia Like This Before - 30 Rare Historical Pictures

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INDONESIA. Independence. 1949. The harbor of Tanjong Priok. Dutch soldiers leaving for home. From Magnum Photos website.

Henri Cartier-Bresson, Jakarta Dutch soldiers leaving for home from the Tanjung Priok harbour, after the end of the Indonesian Revolution.

Tempo Doeloe #15 - Jakarta, MacLein Watson Bridge, 1919

Tempo Doeloe - Jakarta, MacLein Watson Bridge, Currently this spot is one of the tourist point where people stop by and enjoy this old bridge, it's located in North of Jakarta.

Wilhelmina Park, Batavia, 1910. Now became area of Istiqlal Mosque.

scan of an old postcard. (This card shows the situation near the Medan Merdeka more than 100 years ago.) View Large On Black ?

Willy van Bergen, Batavia (Jakarta) 1949-1950 | by saskia.vanbergen

The VOC or Dutch East India Company in English established headquarters in Java, now called Jakarta, India. The VOC used violent force to maintain a monopoly of spice trade including mass murder.

Thamrin street

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Tempo Doeloe #35 - Jakarta, Glodok, 1916

Picture of Batavia Chinatown on the rain - Java Indonesia ca 1915

Car company Verkerk en Company in Batavia-Center around 1939 Dutch East Indies | by Karin Riper († 24 April 2015)

Car company Verkerk en Company in Batavia-Center around 1939 Dutch East Indies | by Karin Riper († 24 April 2015)

Batavia, Pabrik Rokok Ant. Justman, 1909

scan of an old postcard This card shows the first cigarette factory in Indonesia. Anton Justman started his company before the year 1900 in this mansion-like building in Weltevreden, currently Jakarta. View Large On Black ?

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