Suasana kawasan Bintaran, Yogyakarta sekitar tahun 1890, diabadikan oleh Kassian Céphas. / Sumber: Wikimedia Commons, dari Koleksi Tropenmuseum of the Royal Tropical Institute (KIT), Netherlands.
Sebuah foto udara yang terbilang langka menampakkan sekilas suasana Kota Yogyakarta. Diabadikan antara tahun 1900 hingga 1940. Sumber: Wikimedia Commons, dari Koleksi Tropenmuseum of the Royal Tropical Institute (KIT), Netherlands.
Situs Watu Gilang di Kotagede dalam kartupos “tempo doloe”, diambil dari buku kumpulan kartupos jaman Hindia Belanda “De Javaansche Vorstenlanden in oude Ansichten”. ( Photo credit: This photo originally uploaded and allowed to be shared by Agus Yuniarso )
A crowd on the Alun-alun (square) of Yogyakarta gathered to celebrate “Garebeg Moeloed ‘, an Islamic festival in Java to commemorate the birthday of Prophet Muhammad SAW (before 1949). Provided to Wikimedia Commons by the Tropenmuseum of the Royal Tropical Institute (KIT), Netherlands. licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license.
Jogja people today probably do not even think if the ancestor in the past used to find and make salt on the south coast. In this picture we can see the atmosphere in Parangtritis, the southern coast of Yogyakarta some 100 years ago (1905-1915). A salt maker pour water on sand in his plane to obtain salt. This image was provided to Wikimedia Commons by the Tropenmuseum as part of a cooperation project. licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license.
One more beautiful face of Yogyakarta in 1913, scanned from an old postcard by my Flickr friends, Mr. Herald in Netherlands. I have searched this site and find it not far from the Presidential Palace Gedung Agung (not too far away from Malioboro area). Wait for the current situation photo from us in the next post …
A beautiful scenery, a road shaded with trees in the middle of the city of Yogyakarta in 1913. Scanned from an old postcards. I’m thinking where it is located now in Yogyakarta, and how the face today (I’ll try to capture it) … Thanks for my Flickr friends, Mr. Herald in Netherlands.