Old City of Semarang is a visual image that presents the architectural splendor of Europe in the past. Many buildings stand-exotic ancient buildings and stately Dutch colonial heritage, as if storing a myriad of stories that will never run out told. Around the Old City built water canals that its existence can still be seen up to now, although it is not maintained. This is why the Old City earned the nickname Little Netherland. A separate location with a landscape similar to cities in Europe and canals surrounding it makes the Old City like a miniature Dutch in Semarang.
One of the most popular buildings and a must-see while visiting the Old City of Semarang, the church Blenduk that are older than two and a half centuries. Church whose real name Nederlandsch Indische Kerk and is still used as a place of worship until now the landmarks of Semarang.
Because indigenous people who have difficulty pronouncing the name in Dutch was finally called it Blenduk because it has a dome-shaped roof red brick made of bronze and two twin towers in front of him. Changes also occur in the name of Berok bridge that was once the gateway to the Old Town. Burg word which means bridge into a skirt and pronounced that name continued to be used until now.
Across the church there Blenduk Ancient Buildings Insurance office that became commonly referred to as Building Jiwasraya, to the west of fans there Restaurant Culinary Ikan Bakar Cianjur.
No less interesting and save the myriad of stories is building a giant ant Marabunta with ornaments on the roof, where it once held a show a beautiful woman named Sun espionage. There indi which cigarette factory building is very well maintained with shades of red and white, Praoe Lajar Cigarette Factory. There is also Tawang Station Indies architectural style that is still operated today. In front of Air Polder Tawang which serves as a center for flood control and water storage before being discharged into the sea. Building another building that is located in the Old City of Semarang, among others: Marba Building, Post Office, Samudera Indonesia, Djakarta Lloyd and Ground Zero KM Semarang.