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nederlands indie

nederlands indie

De Kali Mas te Soerabaja, gezien vanaf Oedjoeng...

De Kali Mas te Soerabaja, gezien vanaf Oedjoeng...

Sebuah sekolah di Magelang

Sebuah sekolah di Magelang

Wayang Golek, 1947

Wayang Golek, 1947

Hotel Savoy Homann, Bandung 1954

Hotel Savoy Homann, Bandung 1954

Sekolah untuk anak-anak pekerja Pabrik Teh Malabar, Jawa Barat ( year unknown)

Sekolah untuk anak-anak pekerja Pabrik Teh Malabar, Jawa Barat ( year unknown)

When we lived in Singapore their national motto was: "My Singapore, My Home" - exactly how I feel

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When we lived in Singapore their national motto was: "My Singapore, My Home" - exactly how I feel

Abandoned apartment building with spiral balcony. Singapore. ~ETS

Abandoned apartment building with spiral balcony. Singapore. ~ETS

Singapore 1972

Singapore 1972

Java post

Java post

De hoofden van de plaats Lebak, waar Multatuli (alias van Eduard Douwes Dekker, 1820-1887), beroemd Nederlands schrijver, assistent-resident was. Indonesië, datum onbekend.

De hoofden van de plaats Lebak, waar Multatuli (alias van Eduard Douwes Dekker, 1820-1887), beroemd Nederlands schrijver, assistent-resident was. Indonesië, datum onbekend.

Pokekea Archeological Site, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia

Pokekea Archeological Site, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia

De Kali Mas te Soerabaja, gezien vanaf Oedjoeng...

De Kali Mas te Soerabaja, gezien vanaf Oedjoeng...

Brug Kajoon te Soerabaja

Brug Kajoon te Soerabaja

1865 Ketut Djelantik with The Princess Gusti Ajoe Putu on his arm. You can see the King's foot rests firmly on the girl holding the umbrella. This is to signify he is above her and in control of her. In Indonesian culture the feet are considered unclean and one should never point with the foot, step over someone or touch someone with their foot. Here the King makes a clear statement that this is my daughter, The Princess, elevated on a stool and even with The King and below us are our…

1865 Ketut Djelantik with The Princess Gusti Ajoe Putu on his arm. You can see the King's foot rests firmly on the girl holding the umbrella. This is to signify he is above her and in control of her. In Indonesian culture the feet are considered unclean and one should never point with the foot, step over someone or touch someone with their foot. Here the King makes a clear statement that this is my daughter, The Princess, elevated on a stool and even with The King and below us are our…