Dutch cemetery rich with Jakarta history
Matheos Viktor Messakh
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Just inside the gates, visitors are greeted by romantic angels, Gothic turrets, sleeping children, marble crosses and heavy tombstones with baroque coats-of-arms, bringing to mind ancient cemeteries in Europe. But don't expect to find lines of votive candles to remind us the dead still have living relatives who care. This is an old Dutch cemetery located on Jl. Tanah Abang I in Ce...
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