A landmark constitutes an iconic building or monument that exists somewhere as an image of the place to be a distinctive feature of each. Surely, in Indonesia itself has several Cities with certain Landmarks.
Not only as a landmark, but sometimes it also has its own historical story, you know. Well, here comes cities in Indonesia that have distinctive landmarks.
Cities in Indonesia Have Typical Landmarks
Monas or The Monas Monument is located in Gambir, Jakarta. With a height of 132 meters, the monument to commemorate the hero’s service was used as the identity of the capital Jakarta
Gadang Clock located in Bukittinggi, West Sumatra. This landmark exists because of a gift from the Queen of the Netherlands to Rook Maker, secretary of Bukittinggi region who used to be named Fort de Kock
Surabaya have Landmark Sura and Baya Fish, this statue depicts the fight between Sura Fish and Crocodiles
Yogyakarta Not only is it famous for tourist and culinary cities, it has the landmark of Jogja Tugu. Located at the intersection of Jalan Jenderal Sudirman and Jalan Margo Utomo, Tugu this is nearly three centuries old
Borobudur Temple is located in Magelang, Central Java. This building was once the seven wonders of the world, too. So, it’s no wonder these stone reliefs, arches and stupas icon Indonesia
Tugu Muda located in Semarang is also an iconic landmark. This monument was built in memory of the struggles of the young men at the Five Days Battle of Semarang
Kudus Towers located in Kudus, Central Java, was built as a relic of Wali Songo when the Islamic teachings spread in Java with the supervision of Sunan Kudus
Ampera Bridge has the meaning of “People’s Suffering Message” located in Palembang. This 1965 standing bridge stretches over the is Musi River flooded river on Sumatra
Garuda Wishnu Kencana, Bali has gained its popularity since it was inaugurated on September 22, 2018. This 120-meter-high landmark depicts Vishnu’s god riding Garuda
That’s 9 landmark City in Indonesia. Check it out, which of the following have you visited but are not aware that it is a historic landmark?