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Gedung Pancasila or Pancasila Building derives its name from Sanskrit meaning "five principles", the philosophy forming the basis of the Indonesian Nation in 1945. Built during the Dutch era, it served as the residence of the Dutch army commander, refurbished and renamed to Gedung Pancasila after President Sukarno gave his Pancasila Speech. This building makes its mark in modern Indonesian history as a symbol of the free nation's birth, making it a must-visit.
Standing gleaming white on Jalan Penjambon, Pancasila Building embodies the five principles that unite Indonesia and form the Indonesian identity. One of the remaining vestiges of colonial Dutch architecture in Jakarta, the building is now used for official important ceremonies for the Ministry for Foreign Affairs.
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