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7 Dutch Heritage in Sambas Indonesia
7 Dutch Heritage in Sambas Indonesia

7 Dutch Heritage in Sambas Indonesia
7 Dutch heritage in Sambas is very diverse. In ancient times in Sambas also been touched by Japan and the Netherlands, did not escape also the name of PKI. They deliberately entered Sambas to master Sambas. In these Sambas also they form their power or government. Many of the buildings or bridges they make. However, the working of the Indonesian nation itself is known by the name of forced labor or remosa, or another name of corvee labor. 7 Dutch relics in Sambas are among others;

1. Stone Bridge in Sambas bridge is very famous and a liaison between cities in South of West Borneo province. Sambas is a district and capital of Sambas district, West Borneo, Indonesia. Bridge stone, Durian is an old Dutch-made bridge.

2. Mangosteen Bridge in Sambas The Mangosteen bridge in Sambas is also a temple made in the past when they occupied Sambas. This bridge is made to connect one area with another area across the river. Until now this bridge still stands firmly as a liaison between two opposite villages.

3. Police Dormitory in Sambas This old Hostel position is not far from the Durian Stone Bridge towards Kartiasa. Not far from the place is a flagpole of a famous old haunted and there is a Its inhabitants (ghosts).

4. The Old Prison of Village hall Sambas The old prison located in Village hall is not far from the Sambas regent's residence or residence. The old prison was no longer able to accommodate the many prisoners. So the new bolted LP again in education toward the Subah.

5. Village Versus Sambas The scorched village is a story of the Dutch heritage that has burned the village. Because there is one resident who became a spy or traitor by working with the Dutch. So the village was burned by the Dutch. To perpetuate the history, then the village was named by the name "scorched village".

6. Bridge Reach Sebangkau City Bridge is a bridge made in the Netherlands passed. Now the bridge is no longer used or functioned for crossings or traffic vehicles either two wheelers or four and six wheels. The bridge is only used by pedestrians, but there are also sometimes residents who ride motorcycles passing on the bridge.

7. House of Kewedanan in Pemangkat Dutch house Kewedanan formerly existed in Pemangkat. Haouse Kewedanan is now interpreted as the official home of Mr. Camat. The house is still seen standing firmly in Pemangkat, although there are already or many are damaged.

Well, that's 7 Dutch heritage when the Dutch colonize Indonesia, especially Sambas. In addition to these seven kinds, there are probably many other relics in the entire Sambas Regency.

Indonesian Culture The Tradition of Basil Cake Symbols Shackle Satan
Indonesian Culture The Tradition of Basil Cake Symbols Shackle Satan

Indonesian Culture The Tradition of Basil Cake Symbols Shackle Satan
Indonesian Culture The Tradition of Basil Cake Symbols Shackle Satan In this blessed and glorious month, many people are competing to do good deeds. For in this month the gates of heaven are opened wide, while the gates of hell are closed as hard as they can. In this fasting month, housewives are busy making cookies or preparing food and drink for breaking the fast. Usually the habits of the villagers in this graceful month share the cake (exchange) exchange cake.

Cakes made by the community to break the fast is a variety of cake layer, donuts, bakwan, dokok-dokok, copan, bingka, and many others. Likewise, with the habits of people who live in the land of Borneo, especially the Northern Coast District Sambas Land Teri gas. People living in rural areas usually make cakes for breaking the fast is apam (apam), brain unte (pulp marrow), kelappon pan cit (ondel-ondel), ukkal core (dokok -okok), ukkal pissang (dragon sari), passong), And equally important is the unforgettable Sambas spicy porridge, and many other cakes.

Various cakes served at the time to break the fast, saliva spilled and poured, let alone see the red and white pie cake. If the cake is made in red, it means sweet, if the white pie is white, then the flavor is fat-spicy (mixed with chili sauce cut into small pieces) let hot. By making this pa song cake, the spirit of the residents or the community is getting stronger, because soon the holiday will come. This pa song cake is a symbol of the end of the month of Ramadan, just like the Tarawa prayer, the less the day it is.

Pa song cake is very popular by people in Sambas District, another meaning of the tradition for the pastry cake on this nujuhlikur is masong antu (or shackle devil). Because symbolized with the word "pa song". Pa song means binding or shackling demons, just like a madman who is stuck in a cubicle or a 2 x 3 cages with a cookie cake, it will end the month of Ramadan filled with grace and blessings. Because in this month, all religions, all tribes feel it.