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Mehr News Agency - A glimpse at Jakarta’s Old Town

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Mehr News Agency - A glimpse at Jakarta’s Old Town

JAKARTA, Nov. 17 (MNA) – Built in the 17th century by Dutch colonial rule, the Old Town (also known as the Old Batavia and Kota Tua) has remained in a good shape after some restoration projects. The town has turned into a major tourist attraction in Jakarta.

 

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