One of them includes buildings with typical European-style architecture. Of the heritage buildings to date not a few are still well maintained and are still used even though it has changed functions.
One of them is the former De Javasche Bank building which has now been converted into a museum.
The building, which has an area of around 1,000 square meters, applies the conservative architectural style of the neo renaissance empire.
Albert Around the 1920s, the De Javasche Bank building was renovated again.
The De Javasche Bank building has a Mansart roof which was once popular in France in the 17th century and was created by a French architect named Francois Mansart.
The interior of the De Javasche Bank building seems proud and majestic with pillars that look sturdy and elegant.
Niyasyah It is not only the roof of Mansart and its pillars that attract enough attention, but the existence of a classic-looking chandelier on the ceiling is equally fascinating.
In 2012, the De Javasche Bank building was preserved and belongs to the Bank Indonesia (BI) cultural heritage building.
At present, the De Javasche Bank building which has been established for 189 years still looks sturdy and functions as a museum.