Atlas of Indonesia (Atlas van Indonesië)


(Dutch edition)

On August 17, 1945, Sukarno proclaimed the Republic of Indonesia. This book was published almost eighty years later, on the occasion of The Great Indonesia Exhibition. It is about the history of the largest archipelago in the world and its inhabitants, who tell stories about the country’s unprecedented wealth of cultures.

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From the heyday of the Majapahit empire (fifteenth and sixteenth centuries) to the Indonesia of today. From the unimaginable nature and the vast rice fields to colonial rule, the Second World War and Japanese occupation. From age-old ancestor worship and rituals, to the arrival of world religions. It is an ode to the great cultural diversity that the country has, with attention to different perspectives and pain points. With plenty of room for new stories and hidden histories. Text and images tell about the compelling history of Indonesia.

Weight1,350 kg
Dimensions32 × 26 × 2,2 cm
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