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A Residency was an administrative division of:
Batavia, also called Batauia in the city's Malay vernacular, was the capital of the Dutch East Indies. The area corresponds to present-day Jakarta, Indonesia. Batavia can refer to the city proper or its suburbs and hinterland, the Ommelanden, which included the much-larger area of the Residency of Batavia in the present-day Indonesian provinces of Jakarta, Banten and West Java.
The Sultanate of Mataram was the last major independent Javanese kingdom on the island of Java before it was colonised by the Dutch. It was the dominant political force radiating from the interior of Central Java from the late 16th century until the beginning of the 18th century.
The Great Post Road is the name for the historical road that runs across Java that connects Anyer and Panarukan. It was built during the reign of Herman Willem Daendels (1808–1811), governor-general of the Dutch East Indies.
Rogier Diederik Marius Verbeek was a Dutch geologist and natural scientist.
The North Coast Road is a road 1,430 km in length, that connects Merak and Banyuwangi along the northern coast of Java, particularly between Jakarta and Surabaya.
Archipelago International, formerly known as Aston International, is a full-service hotel management chain in Southeast Asia, and notably, the largest in Indonesia. Archipelago International entered the Southeast Asian market in 1997 and has an underlying portfolio consisting of more than 200 properties including hotels, condotels, resorts, serviced apartments and boutique villa resorts, of which more than 150 are operational, and 100 more hotels are under development.
Parahyangan is a cultural and mountainous region in West Java province on the Indonesian island of Java. Covering an approximately a little less than one sixth of Java, it is the heartland of Sundanese people and their culture. It is bordered to the West by Banten province, to the North by the northern coast region of Subang, Cirebon and Indramayu, to the east by Central Java province, and to the south by the Indian Ocean.
Freemasonry was introduced by the Dutch to what is today Indonesia during the VOC era in the 18th century, and spread throughout the Dutch East Indies during a wave of westernisation in the 19th century. Freemasons originally only included Europeans and Indo-Europeans, but later also indigenous people with a Western education.
The Siege of Batavia was a military campaign led by Sultan Agung of Mataram to capture the Dutch port-settlement of Batavia in Java. The first attempt was launched in 1628, and the second in 1629; both were unsuccessful. Jan Pieterszoon Coen, the Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies, managed to repel the sieges and beat off all of Sultan Agung's attacks.
Phoa Keng Hek Sia was a Chinese Indonesian Landheer (landlord), social activist and founding president of Tiong Hoa Hwe Koan, an influential Confucian educational and social organisation meant to better the position of ethnic Chinese in the Dutch East Indies. He was also one of the founders of Institut Teknologi Bandung.
Jan Simon Gerardus Gramberg was a Dutch author, military physician, plantation owner and adventurer, who lived and worked in the Dutch Gold Coast and the Dutch East Indies, and who wrote several works about these places.
The Jakarta Kota–Manggarai railway, nicknamed the rainbow line, is an elevated, 15 km long railway line that connects Jakarta Kota with Manggarai. Given its central position in the city, it is one of the most important railways in Jakarta.
Khouw Tjeng Kee, Luitenant-titulair der Chinezen was a Chinese-Indonesian magnate and landlord in Batavia, capital of the Dutch East Indies.
The Tan family of Cirebon was an influential family of government officials, sugar barons and landowners in the Dutch East Indies, particularly in the Residency of Cirebon. The preeminent and oldest family of the ‘Cabang Atas’ gentry in Cirebon all through the 19th and early 20th century, their most well-known member today is Tan Tjin Kie, Majoor-titulair der Chinezen.
Tan Tjin Kie, Majoor-titulair der Chinezen was a high-ranking bureaucrat, courtier, sugar baron and head of the prominent Tan family of Cirebon, part of the ‘Cabang Atas’ or Chinese gentry of the Dutch East Indies. He is best remembered today for his lavish, 40-day-long funeral ceremony of 1919, reputedly the most expensive ever held in Java.
Librecht Jan Temminck was a Dutch colonial administrator who served both on the Gold Coast and in the Dutch East Indies.
Selompret Melajoe was one of the first Malay language newspapers to publish in the Dutch East Indies. It was printed in Semarang, Central Java from 1860 to 1920.
Jacobus Rudolph Razoux Kühr, commonly known as J. R. Razoux Kühr or Jack Razoux Kühr was an Indo civil servant and businessman from the Dutch East Indies largely remembered for being one of the first editors of the popular Chinese Indonesian newspaper Sin Po.
Cikampek Station is a large class type B railway station located in Cikampek Kota, Cikampek, Karawang Regency. The station, which is located at an altitude of +46 meters, is the station that is located in the easternmost part of the Jakarta Operational Area I and Karawang Regency, and is the largest railway station in Karawang Regency.