Immanuel Church, Jakarta
Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
Visit one of the oldest religious structures in Indonesia at Immanuel Church, built in the 19th century to accommodate the town's growing population. The all-brick Indies Empire style building features teak wood doors and marble flooring. The Protestant church, originally named Willemskerk after King Willem I of the Netherlands, offers sermons in Indonesian, English, and Japanese. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Immanuel Church and many more Jakarta attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Jakarta travel itinerary maker.
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Gereja yang sudah berdiri sejak zaman kolonial ini masih berdiri kokoh dan masih terawat. Bagian-bagian bangunan seperti kursi jemaat yang memanjang pun masih terawat dengan baik. Selain masih digunak... read more »
If you like history, this church will be of great interest to you. Its the oldest Protestant church in Jakarta. One can walk round this small sanctuary, read the names of (mostly) Dutch church members... read more »
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Immanuel church was built in the 1830s. Its circular form is loosely inspired by the Pantheon in Rome. The church is one of Jakarta's most stylish Dutch colonial buildings and is open most days.
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