8 houses that succeed the independence of Indonesia

Story history affect the value of a building. For the sake of preserving the interesting stories in the past, a number of residence figures 'big' and historic buildings were transformed into a museum.
I Historic Houses

1. Tjong A Fie Mansion - Medan

This house was opened to the public on June 18, 2009 in order to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the master's house, Tjong A Fie. His name is familiar as one of the wealthy tycoons of his day.

Died in 1921, Tjong A Fie bequeath Chinese architectural style home in the area of ​​condensed Kesawan, Medan that some interior was still awake until now.

For the curious with a long history of bloody Chinese tycoon's life, the big house this includes all photographs and authentic value of furnishings that are still awake. Starting from a set of wooden dining table and bench to the bed that used to be the tycoon.

Thick European culture in the century-old buildings can be seen when we walked to the second floor where there is a large room measuring 15 X 7 meters. Once this is wooden berlantaikan ballroom dance place when the host makes the event.

2. Houses Admiral Maeda - Menteng, Jakarta

Rear Admiral Tadashi Maeda name is remembered as one of the leaders who took part in the history of the struggle of the Indonesian nation. His house is a magnificent art-deco architecture on Jalan Imam Bonjol, Menteng, Jakarta, a silent witness to the birth of Indonesia's Independence Proclamation manuscript.
Now at home broad leafs that we still can find some relics of important events that occurred on the evening of August 16, 1945 until dawn on 17 August 1945. One of them is an old piano which lay not far from the front door.
A set of chairs and tables that had occupied the Founding Fathers also still be enjoyed intact. Two-story building has a balcony overlooking Park Suropati.
3. Houses Lengkong - Serpong, Tangerang

Squeezed in between the many modern buildings in the area of ​​Serpong, Tangerang, a Betawi-style house stands up straight. The house is one of the relics of history when it took place "Lengkong Event" on January 25, 1946.

At this place Major Daan Mogot that now his name has been immortalized as the name of the connecting road between West Jakarta to Tangerang region this fall as national heroes when they want to crush the Japanese occupiers in a heartbreaking process ceasefire.

Formerly, this house is a repository of weapons by Japanese forces. It is said that the architectural design of this house is not much change, dominated by white paint with green accents, now in it when it is celebrated event will Lengkong walls decorated by a number of photographs of the struggle.

4. Houses Linggarjati - Kuningan, West Java

Located in the district Linggarjati, old buildings are located at the foot of Mount Ciremai, Kuningan, West Java, which is cool. Houses thick with tropical architecture is indeed typical of the Dutch East Indies with large windows and ventilation in almost all corners of the house.

On December 10 to 15 November 1946, this cottage could be an important witness to the ongoing talks, which was attended by delegates Linggarjati from three countries, namely Britain, the Netherlands, and Indonesia.

In it is still saved a few attributes such as classical piano and a large tower clock Junghans branded branded. Earlier in 1935, this mansion became a hotel called Rustoord. During the Japanese occupation renamed Hokay Ryokan Hotel and then in the early days of independence became Hotel Merdeka.

Uniquely in the decade of the 70s full of buildings of historical value this was a primary school before it officially became the State Linggadjati Linggarjati Museum. Divided into several buildings including a pavilion on the side, main room has 6 rooms with an area of ​​5 x 6 meters.

5. Houses General Ahmed Yani

The building is located at Number 58 D Jalan Lembang, Menteng, Central Jakarta, was transformed into a museum Sasmita Loka. This building is one of the elite Menteng area that still adopt the art deco style with a special feature on ventilation wide.

In it, some family belongings General Ahmad Yani still we can see in one piece. Divided in several rooms such as bedrooms, work room, and rooms to aide in the back of the house.

6. Houses Inggit Garnasih

Building on the Way Ciateul Number 8, Bandung, is a former refuge for young revolutionary movement initiated by Sukarno. Various discussions that occur in the home gave birth to the Indonesian National Party.

Stage architecture house that stood since the 1920's has one living room, one dining room, and three bedrooms. In the back, there is a bathroom and kitchen.

Name Inggit Garnasih closely as one figure who has a major role in the history of the struggle of young Sukarno was a student during the campus of the Technische Hogelschool technique (ITB) in Bandung.

7. Houses General AH Nasution

Located at Jalan Teuku Umar No. 40, Menteng, Central Jakarta, this house was a silent witness to the events of gray G 30 S / PKI 45 years ago. At the end of 2008, home layered with history was inaugurated by President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono as the Museum of the Big DR Sasmitaloka General Abdul Haris Nasution.

The former official residence of General Large DR. Abdul Haris Nasution was arguably adopted a more tropical-style buildings built since the Dutch colonial era. Marble floors coated with a typical pattern, this building still retains the stained glass in the door of the main building.

This building has three main rooms which have now been transformed into a visual space for visitors to the museum. Among other things, the bedroom door of the general who had mowed forces G 30 S / PKI, and space weapons collection.

In the back of the house, there are pages that are used widely as a vehicle garage. There is also a pavilion on the right side of the house. Pavilion was formerly the residence of the aide, one of them is Captain Pierre Tendean who are victims of the G 30 S / PKI.

Various furniture and equipment stored in this house is still thick with the authentic history of the shelter value, one of which is a set of desk work that used the general's day-to-day.

8. Houses Djiaw Kie Siong

A piece of history happened in the hamlet of Bojong, Rengasdengklok, Karachi in mid-August 1945. In the house of a Chinese named Djiaw Kie Siong, a number of youth who was represented by Adam Malik, Chaerul Saleh and Sukarni hostage Bung Karno and Bung Hatta to immediately declare independence.

Wood-walled house that has become part of a long history of Indonesian independence. Although his condition now receive less attention, in it is still stored some historical narratives. In the living room we will find a picture of the owner of the house with Bung Karno.