Tsulasa', 07 Sya'ban 1439 (Monday, 23 April 2018 17:36)


  • A. Overview When Tracing back the history of Indonesian independence in Yogyakarta you cannot leave off the President’s Residence The Residence lies upon a 43.858 square meter land and is also known as Gedung Agung. The naming was thought to be related to one of the functions of the main palace as a room for receiving noble ... detail... »

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  • A. Brief Information Ternate Sultanate played important roles in the development of the eastern Indonesia during the 13th to 17th centuries. In its heyday (16th Century), Ternate Sultanate‘s territories covered the entire Maluku, and other surrounding areas like North Sulawesi, the Southern Philippines, and Marshall Islands in the ... detail... »

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  • A. Brief Information Once there was a beautiful princess whose name was Ratu Ayu Tirto Negoro coming from China. She was the consort of a king ruling Madura Island at the time. As she was a yellow skin girl, differed from the local inhabitants that were brown, the King‘s palace was named Potre Koneng that literally means “A Yellow ... detail... »

  • A. Brief Information Yogyakarta Palace is the symbol of the heart of Javanese cultural civilization centered in Yogyakarta Province, Indonesia. Yogyakarta Palace, or known formally as Kraton Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat, was built by Pangeran Mangkubumi titled Sultan Hamengku Buwono I in 1755 A.D. following the signing of Treaty of Giyanti. ... detail... »

  • A. Brief Information The establishment of Pontianak City cannot be separated from the early history of the Kadriah Palace that was built by Sayyid Abdurrahman Alkadri (1728-1808 A.D.). He was well-known as the first Sultan of the Kadriah Sultanate who wandered to many regions in Malay Archipelago to carry on the international commerce ... detail... »

  • A. Overview According to historical record of the Sultanate of Buton, about 38 palaces were generally made in the form of three-tiered stage house. The construction of each palace cannot be separated from each tradition evolved in the sultanate environment in which the palace that will be occupied by the next sultan was built by Him and assisted ... detail... »

  • A. Overview Prince Sri Mangana Cakrabuana, the son of Prabu Siliwangi from the Kingdom of Padjajaran in Bogor, was recorded as one the founders of Kraton Pakungwati (also known as Kraton Kasepuhan) around the year 1480. His position as the crown prince and Temenggung made him no doubt to secede from the Kingdom of Padjajaran. His decision was ... detail... »

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    A. Overview Istano Silinduang is a palace located at the center of the Kingdom of Pagaruyung. The palace measuring 28 x 8 meters is also called as Rumah Gadang Sambilan Ruang (Lit. Nine Room Big House). The palace was founded in the old palace site that was burned in 1966 or about 2 km to the north of Basa Palace (burned in 2007). ... detail... »

  • A. Overview In the reign of the King Deli VIII, Sultan Mahmud Perkasa Alam (1828-1873), which domiciled in Labuhan Deli, He began to make a strategy of development in the plantation sector. The Sultan invited Dutch investor, Jacobus Nienhuys, which then processed with long-term land contract with Deli Maatschappij partnership to ... detail... »